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What is the gas/oil mixture for poulan wild thing chain saw? Thank You Roger

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    I mix mine just a tad under 40 to 1 to ensure good lubrication of the piston and cylinder.I also set low end idle speed then rev the saw up to full rpm then richen the hi idle adjustment just until the rpm decreases.

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I have a manual for that saw that says the mix is 40:1- 3.2 oz. of oil to 1 gal of gas .

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Mix the fuel/oil ratio50:1,the amounts to get that mixture are on the back of the oil bottle.

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What is the gas/oil mixture for the poulan wild thing chain saw please?


Use a quality 2-cycle air-cooled engine oil. Poulan recommends a good quality 2-cycle air-cooled oil designed to be mixed at a ratio of 40:1 (A 40:1 ratio is obtained by mixing 3.2 onces of oil with 1 gallon of unleaded gasoline). When mixing fuel, follow the instructions printed on the container. Always read and follow the safety rules relating to fuel before fueling your unit.. Be Safe!

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Need to have a manual on this wild thing so that i know the right ratios for the gas.


This Chain Saw requires a 40:1 gasoline to oil mixture. This is typical for all 2-cycle motors. More information can be found here:
http://www.ehow.com/how_4464807_fuel-poulan-wild-thing-chain.html

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MIne was doing the same thing. I cleaned the sponge air filter. That helped but then I poured some combustion chamber cleaner into the carb and that solved it. Now it would idle all day if I let it.

Always measure oil mixture carefully. These saws are fussy and don't like too rich an oil mixture!

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