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I need the oil gas ratio mix for a McCulloch eagar ****** 2.0 cid chainsaw. Thanks in advance!

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McCulloch chainsaws are 40:1 ratio

128 Oz per gallon
3.2 oz 2-cycle oil per gallon gas

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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