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What is the gas ratio to mix for a homelite chain saw model # ut10901A

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Hi,

The ratio is 50:1

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50 parts gas to 1 part oil.

Charlie

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

  • sooterjay Mar 27, 2011

    is that a gallon of gas to what oz of oil

  • Samuel Charles Spriggs Mar 27, 2011

    A gallon of gas is 128 ounces.

    A 50 : 1 ratio would be 2.5 ounces of oil to 1 gallon of gas.

    Charlie

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