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Homelite

Model AC99G03

Internet #100095144

Store SKU #539651

16 oz. 2-Cycle Oil

$6.97 /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

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January 9, 2016
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On the back of the upper chamber of the bottle are fill lines for 32:1, 40:1, and 50:1. Squeeze bottle to fill upper chamber to appropriate number (32:1 for you) then pour into 1 gallon of gas. Couldn't be easier.
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June 26, 2015
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The Home Depot tech is correct EXCEPT that changing the mix ratio on an older engine is not without issues.
One full chamber (2.6 OZ) added to one gallon of gas is actually about 60:1 and NOT 50:1. Add two fills of the chamber to one gallon of gas for a 30:1 ratio.
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February 10, 2015
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Hi scott,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
2-cycle engines that require pre-mixing of the gasoline with the lubricating oil all have the same lubricating requirements.
The ability of the base oil to achieve these requirements is affected by the quality of that oil.
Lesser quality oil will require more of it to fulfill the lubrication required. (32:1)
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Hi scott,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
2-cycle engines that require pre-mixing of the gasoline with the lubricating oil all have the same lubricating requirements.
The ability of the base oil to achieve these requirements is affected by the quality of that oil.
Lesser quality oil will require more of it to fulfill the lubrication required. (32:1)
Higher quality base oil can meet the lubrication requirement even when less of it is used. (50:1)
32:1 translates to 32 parts Gasoline to 1 part Oil, or 4oz. of oil per Gallon of gasoline.
50:1 equals 2.6oz. oil per 1 Gallon of gas.
2-Cycle oil that is designed to be used at a ratio of 50:1 is superior grade oil and will protect all High-RPM 2-cycle engines at that ratio. *High RPM is considered speeds faster than 3000 Revolutions Per Minute. Walk behind lawn mowers operate at approx. 3000 RPM, for example.*
Blowers, chain saws and string trimmers are all examples of high RPM motors.
Mix 2-cycle fuel at the rate described on the oil manufacturer's label. 32:1 oil is no longer manufactured for use in The United States because it no longer meets the EPA's Designated Clean Air Standard for small engines.
40:1 mix is the industry minimum standard, while the superior 50:1 mix ratio is cleaner and much more prevalent.
Mix oil that is identified as 50:1 at the rate of 2.6oz. for each gallon of gasoline.
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how do I mix 25 to 1 fuel

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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?
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Do 50:1 twice in 1 gallon
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Hi outagas,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
The ratio of 50:1 is 2.6 oz. of oil mixed with 128 oz. (1Gal.) of gasoline.
To achieve the 25:1 mix ratio, mix 5.2 oz. of oil per gallon of gasoline. This is twice as much oil as the 50:1 ratio.
Always follow the engine manufacturer's recommended mixing ratio.
Current EPA Clean Air Standards prohibit the manufacturing of Read More
Hi outagas,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
The ratio of 50:1 is 2.6 oz. of oil mixed with 128 oz. (1Gal.) of gasoline.
To achieve the 25:1 mix ratio, mix 5.2 oz. of oil per gallon of gasoline. This is twice as much oil as the 50:1 ratio.
Always follow the engine manufacturer's recommended mixing ratio.
Current EPA Clean Air Standards prohibit the manufacturing of 2-cycle oil that is labeled for mixing at lower ratios than 40:1, but mixing modern oils will provide the lubrication required at either ratio.
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I have a homelite cultivater tiller I bought used without the book and don't know the fuel mixture for it,

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Generally it's 50:1, hard to give an exact answer without a model number.
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Non - synthetic vs synthetic blend 2 cycle oil

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July 10, 2015
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?
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Hi Brianinoly, Depending on your Model I would suggest using the same oil and mix that has worked for you thru the years. Thanks Greg
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. November 11, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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!! August 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. May 25, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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! April 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Product does and always has worked great No problems with this product, will continue to use it April 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by slick I just started using this product on my new Homelight weed whacker. Hopefully it will do exactly as it should. The whacker cranked right up, again and again. That is a good sign. September 17, 2013
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