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Re: 50:1 premix fuel for chainsaws, line trimmers, etc

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01-17-2020 04:49:09

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In my area you can't buy gas without some ethanol in it. I add "Startron" to the fuel in all my portable gas cans and that's what I use to mix my fuel. I also use the Stihl oil bottles. Haven't had any issues with chainsaws or weed eaters.

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01-17-2020 21:55:31

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 Re: 50:1 premix fuel for chainsaws, line trimmers, etc in reply to stroby, 01-17-2020 04:49:09  
Check put removing ethanol from gas on you tube, not near as complicated as one would think.

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01-18-2020 15:34:04

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 Re: 50:1 premix fuel for chainsaws, line trimmers, etc in reply to dbnga, 01-17-2020 21:55:31  
You bet! I add a couple of drops of food coloring. Makes it very easy to see where. Only takes a few minutes to get etinol free fuel. Make it a gallon jug at a time using hi-test and a milk jug or a big soda bottle works too. If you start with hi-test you will get better octain levels. How too videos all over Utube.

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Russ from MN

01-19-2020 07:37:02

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 Re: 50:1 premix fuel for chainsaws, line trimmers, etc in reply to Jeffcat, 01-18-2020 15:34:04  
I thought the ethanol was added to increase the octane?

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