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Every chain saw uses as fuel a mixture of oil and gasoline. What is the correct mixture for a textron gasoline powered saw?

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25:1 to 32:1

Start at 25:1. If it smokes too much or fouls a plug, go to 32:1 using a good grade 2-cycle oil.

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