Homelite 2.6 oz. 2-Cycle Synthetic-Blend Oil-AC99G01 at The Home Depot
Discontinued

Homelite

Model # AC99G01

Internet # 100150843

Store SKU # 430948

2.6 oz. 2-Cycle Synthetic-Blend Oil


Homelite 2.6 oz. 2-Cycle Synthetic-Blend Oil
 

This item has been discontinued.
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$1.98 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # AC99G01

Internet # 100150843

Store SKU # 430948

Ryobi/Homelite 2.6 oz. 2-Cycle Synthetic-Blend Oil uses a low-smoke formula and a synthetic blend to help protect your 2-cycle engine. Additives help prolong the life of the engine.

  • For use with 2-cycle engines
  • Low-smoke formula
  • Made with a synthetic blend
  • Uses additives to prolong engine life
  • Meets or exceeds ISO 1-EGD and JASO FC specifications

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SPECIFICATIONS

Assembled Depth (in.)  1.125 in  Assembled Height (in.)  4.25 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  2 in  Biodegradable  No 
Oil Type  2 Cycle  Quantity (oz.)  2.6 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by this is a 50:1 ratio bottle, read below There is some confusion people have had with this product with regard to its mixing ratio. Granted, it does not say DIRECTLY on this bottle what "ratio" this is. Generally, the "ratio" depends on the size of the 2 stoke oil container and 1 gallon of gas. Basically, a 3.2oz. bottle is a 40:1 ratio, a 2.6oz. bottle is a 50:1 ratio, and a 4oz. bottle is a 32:1 ratio. So, since THIS bottle is 2.6oz., it is a 50:1 ratio. Some products advertise themselves as a "multi-ratio" bottle. Usually, these are 3.2oz. or 4oz. bottles where you can use the whole bottle or part of the bottle to 1 gallon of gas to get the proper ratio you need (in other words, if you buy a 3.2oz. bottle, you would use ALL the bottle to a gallon of gas for a 40:1 ratio, or just use 2.6oz. out of the 3.2oz. to get a 50:1 ratio). Remember, this is all based on ONE GALLON of gas. If you change the amount of gas, you are going to change the ratio. August 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Stuff Synthetic, is the only oil for all lawn equipment. I use it in every gas engined thing that I own. (Car's included.) It is clean, (older mowers quit smoking when the oil was changed to synthetic.) Rule 1) Break the engine in on standard oil, so that the rings and valves will seat. (I use about 8,000 miles for cars, and about 1 year for lawn equipment, using standard "mineral" oil.) Rule 2) Change synthetic a bit less often than Mineral oil, but do change it, (Crankcase.) This is the closest that I can find, for mixing on 2 cycle engines. I wish that it didn't have the mixed "mineral oil" with it, (that forms ash in the engine,) BUT, AS SAID; IT'S THE BEST THAT I CAN FIND THROUGH "RETAIL OUTLETS!" August 21, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by No specifications on bottle or web-site. The product says to add to 1 gallon of gasoline, but does not state the concentration ratio of 40:1, or 50:1. October 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Value There is much debate about which 2 cycke oil is the best. All I can say is that I have used Ryobi 2 cycle oil in my Ryobi string trimmer and handheld leaf blower for several years and have not had any engine problems. Both units still have plenty of power and do not smoke excessively and I have never removed the original spark plug. You can pay 30% more for the big name brands but I think most of the extra cost goes to marketing and not performance, August 16, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good product!!! I mixed this oil with high octane gasoline and the trimmer is running very smooth. May 15, 2012
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