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Whats the mixture of oil/gas for a homelite weedeater

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3.2 oz of 2 cycle oil to 1 gallon of regular gasoline, 40:1 ratio.

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Two-cycle engines use a mixture of oil and fuel to power and lubricate the engine. Homelite blower engines use a ratio of 50 parts gasoline to 1 part two-cycle engine oil. Two-cycle engine oil is commonly sold in 2.6-ounce containers; add it to 1 gallon of gas to achieve the 50:1 ratio. Two-cycle engine oil for outboard motors is not compatible with Homelite blowers.Use premium fuel,the blower,weedeater,etc. will last much longer!

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Most trimmers are using a 50:1 mix. 2.6oz/gal or 6.4oz/2.5gal. A 4oz/Gal is a 32:1 mix which way too oily and you will have problems of excessive smoke, oil leaking out muffler, carbon buildup causing sticking piston ring or a clogged spark arrestor.

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