For all of my 2-cycle engines (weedwacker, blower-shredder, chainsaw),
I've used something called "one-mix" for all of them even though each of
them requires a different ratio. I've been doing this for about 8-10 years,
and they all seem to be working just fine. And, the best part, I only have
one gas-can to fill and worry about. I get one-mix at my local lawnmower
Has anyone ever heard anything bad about this stuff?
> I have four machines with 2-cycle engines. Two of these need 50:1 mix
> two need 40:1 mix. It is obviously a pain to try to keep various oil
> mixtures around, so I have always just gone with 40:1. What is the
> here? The engine which wants 50:1 will be running slightly lean, since
> expects 98% gasoline and is getting 97.5% instead. This sounds rather a
> negligable difference. It will also have more oil than it strictly
> and should therefore smoke a bit more and might get a dirty sparkplug
> than it should. Anything else?
> Somebody who cuts a lot of firewood told me that he always just uses
> regardless--he says the smoke keeps the mosquitoes away.
32-1 is optimal but CAs pollution laws ---
2 stroke view is 4 stroke is best advisory prompted 50- 1 BS, in
alot of mnfgs , but Bearings are the same, less oil = more wear..
2 stroke pollute. 30 x as much as 4 strk
2 strokes time is limited and should be banned as pollution w 2
strokes is 30 x greater, boats and all. period........