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Homelite 16 oz. 2-Cycle Oil
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Homelite

16 oz. 2-Cycle Oil

$6.97 / each
If you buy 12 or more
$5.92 / each

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Help protect your 2-Cycle gas outdoor power equipment with the Homelite 2-Cycle oil. This oil is a 50:1 gas-to-oil ratio. Use the whole bottle for up to 6 gallons of gas, or squeeze the bottle and let the top fill to a desired level. Make starting and using your 2-Cycle units easier with Homelite 16 oz. 2-Cycle Oil.

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  • For use with 2-Cycle engines
  • Compatible with Homelite gas-powered lawn and garden equipment
  • Formula uses a 50:1 gas-to-oil ratio
  • Treats up to 6 gal. of gasoline

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my saw is 32-1 mix how do i mix using the 50-1 oil

Asked by: scott
The SIMPLE way to remember how much to mix to obtain the ratio you want for a gallon of fuel, is to take 128 and divide it by the ratio. 128 divided by 32 = 4 ( 4 is the number of ounces of oil to use for 32 to 1 ratio) 128 divided by 50 = 2.6 ( 2.6 is the number of ounces of oil to use for 50 to 1 ratio) There are slight (insignificant) differences from the stated ratios. 128 is the number of ounces in one gallon. If you want to mix 2 gallons then use 256 instead of 128. I have a 35 year old snow thrower (picked it up for free from a neighbor who was throwing it away). It calls for 32 to 1 mix. I've used it for 3 years now, running 50 to 1 through it --- no problems (I'm using a full synthetic 2 cycle oil, and I mix at slightly less than 50 to 1, probably about 55 to 1) If you're concerned about using 50 to 1 but want something less than 32 to 1, try 40 to 1 -- that would mean 3.2 oz of oil per gallon of gas.
Answered by: GlenCo
Date published: 2016-12-02

how do I mix 25 to 1 fuel

I have an old 2 cycle tiller that needs a 25 to 1 mix can I just add twice as much of 50 to 1 oil?
Asked by: Jack
Take how much gas you want to mix and divide by the ratio you want. 128 oz of gasoline (one gallon) divided by 25 (your ratio) equals 5.1 oz of oil. 256 oz of gasoline (two gallons) divided by 25 (your ratio) equals 10.2 oz of oil. I suspect you could run your tiller at 32 or even 40 to 1 and it would be okay given that the 2 cycle oils are better now than they were years ago when that 25 to 1 spec was written. (I won't say I KNOW it would be okay, but I suspect there would be no problems.) I have a 35 year old snow thrower that calls for 32 to 1, but I run it on a mix of about 55 to 1 full synthetic and it works fine.
Answered by: GlenCo
Date published: 2016-12-02

I have a homelite cultivater tiller I bought used without the book and don't know the fuel mixture for it,

Asked by: Guada3515
Most likely 50:1 ratio. Hope this helps!
Answered by: GrowingDude
Date published: 2016-09-08

Non - synthetic vs synthetic blend 2 cycle oil

I have been using non-synthetic 2 cycle oil in my blower and wacker and chain saw. Can I now switch to synthetic blend 2 cycle oil?
Asked by: Anonymous
Some say you shouldn't. I switched to a FULL synthetic on 2 different snow throwers and haven't had any problems. If you do switch, make sure not to mix any of the old 2 stroke oil or mixture with the new mixture.
Answered by: GlenCo
Date published: 2016-12-02
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Customer Reviews

16 oz. 2-Cycle Oil is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ryobi 2 Cycle Oil Review I have only used part of a bottle of this oil, but the quality is just n... Ryobi 2 Cycle Oil Review I have only used part of a bottle of this oil, but the quality is just not there. Nothing like Echo Power Blend 2 Cycle Oil. While I was using this Ryobi oil, my leaf blower was bogging down and not working as well. Pros: *Inexpensive Cons: *It took a while to find a bottle that was not covered in oil *Boggs down the machine. What I received was not good for my Ryobi leaf blower: what’s up with that? TIPS: If you want a high quality oil, try Echo Power Blend 2 Cycle oil! A lot of oils say they have fuel stabilizer added, but they seem to work better if you add a little bit anyway—it keeps the carburetor jets and fuel filters cleaner. Thanks for reading  
Date published: 2017-03-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from What's up with that? Ryobi 2 Cycle Oil Review I have only used part of a bottle of this oil, but the quality is just not there. Nothing like Echo Power Blend 2 Cycle Oil. While I was using this Ryobi oil, my leaf blower was bogging down and not working as well. Pros: *Inexpensive Cons: *It took a while to find a bottle that was not covered in oil *Boggs down the machine. What I received was not good for my Ryobi leaf blower: what’s up with that? TIPS: If you want a high quality oil, try Echo Power Blend 2 Cycle oil! A lot of oils say they have fuel stabilizer added, but they seem to work better if you add a little bit anyway—it keeps the carburetor jets and fuel filters cleaner. All in all, 3 out of 5 Thanks for reading
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does what its intended to do. Does what its intended to do.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Locked up my $195.00 weed eater Had this weed eater for 6 years.... talked into this oil by the sales associate...."you should run this oil, especially if it is THAT old" 32 to 1.... put in the correct amount... ran a tank (well almost a tank) and now I have a sezed motor.... Really.... Not impressed!!
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great oil I have been using this oil in my ryobi trimmer and blower for 4 years now. In the summer I go through 1 bottle of this oil or 6 gallons of gas at a 50:1 ratio every year. The blower uses 2 gallons alone in the fall and again I use this oil. When I went to take the muffler off for an inspection the piston looked great. No scratches and it looked brand new. Great oil at a good price.
Date published: 2013-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Oil I've used this Homelite oil in my 2-cycle yard equipment for a four years now. This oil coupled with premium gas has kept my equipment in great running condition. I’ve never fouled a plug but I change my plugs annually. The green tint to the oil has helped me keep my yard equipment fuel/oil mixture straight from my dirt bike mixture. Great product and plan to use it for years to come!
Date published: 2013-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works best in my 2Cycle engines Works best in my Husqvania 2 cycle engine 50:1 mix, Toro Snow Thrower 32:1 mix, Sears chains 40:1 mix. and my Homelite trimmers 32:1 mix. Best way to measure oil from 50:1, 40:1 and 32:1 mixes.
Date published: 2013-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product does and always has worked great No problems with this product, will continue to use it
Date published: 2014-04-07
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