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Husqvarna chainsaws run at a 50-1 fuel oil mix with Husqvarna two stroke oil, with other two stroke oils they recommend 25-1 fuel oil mix as they do not know the quaility of other manufacturers oil, always try to use Husqvarna oil.
This is usually dependant on the two stroke oil quaility, good quaility two stroke oil from a major chainsaw manufacture will normally be advised to mix at 50.1, always try to buy good two stroke oil, from a chain saw manufacturer, they know the importence of oil quaility on high reving two strokes.
You mix 2 stroke oil with the petrol/gas at a rate of 40:1 (40 parts petrol to 1 oil). For longer life use a good quality oil like Husqvarna or Stihl rather than the cheaper types you buy at car service stations.
The oil you use for the chain lubrication is just known as chain oil and can be bought at tool hire outlets.