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Re: Winterizing 2-stroke tools

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JDseller

10-30-2012 19:27:31
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I mix a small can of gas(1 gallon)at 16 to 1 oil mix with about 4 ounces of Sea Foam in the mix. I fill the tank full and run it until I see the heavier oil smoke. Shut them off and don't touch them until spring. Then I dump the fuel out and refill with the correct lower oil ratio called for. I do this on my string trimmer, leaf blower, and boom saw. Since I started doing this 5-6 years ago I have not had any issues at all.

In my chainsaws and cut off saw I run Sea Foam in then year round. They may set for a day or a month between uses. I have not had problems since I started using the Sea Foam.

I also try to get gas without ethanol in it.

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GVSII

10-31-2012 17:51:42
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 Re: Winterizing 2-stroke tools in reply to JDseller, 10-30-2012 19:27:31  
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I do pretty much the same thing on the 4 strokes as JD does on the 2 strokes. Been doing it for years-it works.



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