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INQUIRY: I HAVE A MCCULLUCH PROMAC 555.....20'' SAW.....NEED TO KNOW THE OIL <> GAS MIX RATIO....need info A.S.A.P....THANX....manobogies@q.com

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Run it on a 25-1 fuel oil mix with good quaility two stroke oil, use a non fling chain oil in the chain oil tank to lubricate the cutting chain

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