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Manual for gas/oil mixture Homelite Blower 26bv

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If it's not stamped on the fuel cap the I would try 50:1 if it smokes a little cut it back to 32:1 its always better to start with a higher mix when not sure any smoking is just the excess oil burning off in the muffler. It's better to have to much oil than not enough when it comes to 2 stroke engines.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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50:1 with premium oil i.e. Echo, Stihl, Husqvarna.
40:1 with Homelite or generic brands

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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SOURCE: I nww=eed to know the fuel mixture for my homelite gas blower

If you ran plain gas in a 2-cycle engine and it seized... you need to buy a new one. 2-cycle engines depend on oil in the gas for lubrication. If you run straight gas, there is no lubrication, the engines overheats and seizes. The end, unfortunately.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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its about 40 to 1 mix but i would run it on a 30 to 1 mix as the motor last longer on that mix, look at it this way,,,if it smokes a little there is plenty of oil getting to the piston and bearings!!! so the engine lasts longer,,,

Posted on Apr 27, 2010

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50:1 ratio

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Yours is not a current model and I did not find a manual. The following is an excerpt from a 26cc MightyLite Blower/Vac UT08550/UT08951 "Operator's Manual":
This product is powered by a 2-cycle engine and requires pre-mixing gasoline and 2-cycle lubricant. Pre-mix unleaded gasoline and 2-cycle engine lubricant in a clean 1 gallon container approved for gasoline.
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1 gallon (US) 2.6 oz.
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If properly adjusted your blower will operate fine on 50:1 regardles of what the manual reads. HTH
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If you ran plain gas in a 2-cycle engine and it seized... you need to buy a new one. 2-cycle engines depend on oil in the gas for lubrication. If you run straight gas, there is no lubrication, the engines overheats and seizes. The end, unfortunately.

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