Lost the manual a long time ago - Interestingly I still do have my
husqvarna manual. The dealer (A chainsaw only shop) not only told me to
use high octane but told be if at all impossible to only use Mobil! Go
figure. Doing hurricane cleanup with my husky after katrina I couldn't
be picky about the gas, brand or octane and yet never had a problem.
There is no need for a homelite manual for confirming fuel. Its 50:1,
same as your chainsaw.
Read Homelites website
And I quote (Didn't Ed post this quote right off the bat?)
What type of gasoline should I use?
Answer: All Homelite 2-cycle engines operate on unleaded gasoline
intended for automotive use, mixed with high-quality 2-cycle oil
formulated for air-cooled engines.
What is the appropriate fuel-mix for my unit?
Answer: Mix Homelite Premium Exact Mix oil with unleaded gasoline. When
using the 2.6-ounce Exact Mix oil, thoroughly mix the entire contents
with 1 gallon (4 liters) of fresh, unleaded gasoline. When using the
16-ounce Exact Mix oil, squeeze the oil to the 2.6-ounce fill line in
the reservoir. Mix this with 1 gallon (4 liters) of fresh, unleaded
gasoline. Exact-Mix engine oil, when mixed with gasoline according to
the instructions on the oil package, will provide complete lubrication
protection for the engine. Additionally, Exact Mix oil contains an
antioxidant fuel stabilizer. Under average conditions, fuel mixed with
Exact-Mix oil will stay fresh up to 30 days
Your Husqvarna 2.6oz bottles will be perfect. Don't get sucked into
brands and think you must use homelite oil in a homelite, etc.