I asked that question after burning up a lawn mower engine using outboard motor oil in it. Outboard oil is wax-based and works better in a water-cooled engine. The oil-based chain-saw type lube works better in an engine where there is less control over operating temperatures.
Re: Outboard vs Universal 2-cycle oil in reply to steve_in_mo, 06-06-2014 12:37:54
Thanks! I'm glad you told me. I figured it was less polluting to waterways or something and probably just a good. Sprallmart will have the other again soon I'm sure I'll just have to keep checking and remember not to let my supply get too low at any given time.
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