Question about Ryobi 15" Electric Factory Reconditioned Trimmer (ZRRY41002) - Factory Reconditioned
We need to know the gas to oil ratio for our gas trimmer
LargoMO is correct. You may want to use the small (appox 2.6 oz.) plastic bottles of 2-cycle oil available at Lowes, Home Depot etc.. It is specially made for 2-stroke engines and emits less smoke etc. If you use the small bottles, you just put the oil in & then fill a one gal fuel can with gasoline and you are done. These engines use so little fuel that it may get old (that's not good) before a "typical" homeowner uses all of it ....in the event you mix more then one gallon at a time. The small oil bottles and a one gallon can are "just the ticket" for most of us. I have been using this mix in my Ryobi for 2+ years now with no spark plug changes or anything else...... and I string-trim a fenced 1-1/2 acre lot. The brand of oil is not all that important......just so it is for 2-cycle engines.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
Just place a can of 2 cycle oil in a gallon of gasoline. It will tell you on the can how many ounces to a gallon to use.
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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