50 years old stroke victim and has white bumbs on his top tounge
My brother who is 50 years old stroke victim and bedd ridenhas a problem with white spots on his tounge..They have been there for two weeks..He is on several meds. I reallt don't know what it is? Can you help?
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I guess the first question is what machine is it? Most chainsaws are 2 stroke and need a fuel / oil mix. If the machine is lesst than 5 years old then a mix of 50 parts fuel to 1 part 2 stroke oil is likely to be needed. Older saws often used 25 parts fuel to 1 part oil. From experience I find that 50 to 1 on the newer saws is too little oil and use a 40 to 1 mix to avoid the expense of having to replace pistons and cylinders!
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Use a quality 2 cycle oil and mix it to the OIL supplier's recommended ratio. Today I use Stihl 2 cycle oil mixed @ 50:1 in a Pioneer that I purchased new in 1980. There are no gouges or scratches on the piston or cylinder and I have no carbon build up on the piston top. The manual (on stone tablets) recommends 24:1. Over the years the mixture has leaned from 24:1 (Saw Recommendation) to 28:1 (Lawn boy mower recommendation) to 32:1 (Oil provider 8oz/2gal - used for many years) and finally the last 5 (±) years 50:1 (Stihl 2.6oz/1gal)
Any fuel containing ethanol is not good with chainsaws. Mix what you expect to use within a few months. Anything over 3 months old use up in a 4 cycle engine. HTH
Most 2 stroke engines.......99% now use 50 to 1 mix in the fuel. Others are close to this ratio.
Older....over 20 to 30 years old ........that may have had 20 to 1 ....or other ratios run happily on a 50 to 1 ratio using the newer 2 stroke oils. And......BONUS.......they have increased engine life because of reduced semi burnt oil build up caused by "too much oil".......particularly around the rings on the piston(s) etc.