Question about Briggs & Stratton Hammering
Lead is basically a lubricant with additional octane boosting properties for gasoline powered internal combustion engines. Engines intended to run with leaded gasoline that are provided with with unleaded gasoline instead are subject to overheating and failure. Read more about lead here:
Why Lead Used to Be Added To Gasoline
Your best bet would be to use leaded gasoline - or in the absence of a leaded gasoline source, a lead additive or substitute. Most autoparts stores sell this - and if you're not near one that does - Amazon has it:
Amazon com lead additive for gas
Posted on May 13, 2014
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n This product is powered by a 2-stroke engine and
requires pre-mixed petrol and 2-stroke lubricant . Premix
unleaded petrol and 2-stroke engine lubricant in
a clean container approved for petrol.
n This engine is certified to operate on unleaded petrol
intended for automotive use with an octane rating
of 87 ([R + M] / 2) or higher.
1 Litre + 2 0 ml =
2 Litres + 4 0 ml =
3 Litres + 60 ml = 50:1 (2%)
4 Litres + 80 ml =
5 Litres + 100 ml =
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