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TruSouth TruFuel 50:1 Pre Mixed Fuel (6-Pack)
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TruSouth

TruFuel 50:1 Pre Mixed Fuel (6-Pack)

$34.99 /package

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TruFuel from TruSouth is the first-ever premixed, ready-to-use fuel that's engineered specifically for portable, 2-cycle gas-powered equipment. The 50:1 Pre-Mixed Fuel provides time-saving convenience and superior performance. Its advanced formula and fuel stabilizers precisely blended with full synthetic oil keep fuel fresh for 2 years after opening and 5+ years unopened.

  • Just pour from convenient 32 oz. can into your equipment and go, no measuring, mixing or mess
  • Unlike normal gas that begins to break down after just 30 days, TruFuel remains fresh for years due to proprietary formulation
  • 93 octane, ethanol-free formula provides easier engine starting and smoother idling
  • Ethanol-free formula eliminates risk of engine seizure or costly repairs due to ethanol related moisture attraction and phase separation commonly found in station gasoline
  • Pack includes 6 cans

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mix with other gas

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September 11, 2015
can 50:1 be mix with ethanol gas if there is still some in the engine?
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Cape Cod
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June 21, 2016
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I can't think of a reason why it can't. It's like filling your car with 93 octane fuel when you still have a 1/4 tank of 87 octane fuel.
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Austell, GA
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June 14, 2016
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No, this is already prepared mix for small 2 cycle engines. Do not mix.
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Baltimore Maryland
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December 22, 2015
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Assuming that the engine is 2-cycle and requires a 50:1 Mix, and the fuel previously in the Machine was mixed to the correct Proportion and is not stale, mixing them will be fine. If the remaining fuel is substantial and you suspect that it is stale, I would recommend removing as much of it as possible before adding the new fuel.
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North Clarendon, VT
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December 8, 2015
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Assuming you have a 2 cycle engine designed to use a 50:1 mix, yes. Otherwise I would advise against it as using the wrong mix could damage the engine.
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Peekskill, NY 10566, USA
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September 29, 2015
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you should not mix it. Clean out the old stuff first.
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September 14, 2015
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Yes you can. The only difference is that you will reduce the purity and effectiveness of the Trufuel. The whole idea is that Truefuel leaves out the Ethanol which degrades the fuel and adds sludge to the engines. I understand not wanting to throw the other gas away. As you continue to use Truefuel it will re-gain it's purity.
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Northfield, NJ, USA
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September 13, 2015
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I don't see why not. as long as the existing fuel is the same oil to gas ratio...The only thing is you don't want to have an Ethanol mix higher than 10%, less if possible
Remember to remove any fuel in the tank when your not going to use it for a while.
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Can i use trufuel in a high pressure washer ?

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April 25, 2016
Dewalt pressure washer
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Duluth, GA
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August 30, 2016
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Not really sure. Is it a 2 cycle engine?
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Lexington, KY
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April 27, 2016
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I'm not sure about your pressure washer but the trufuel works great with my weed eater. It starts better and I don't have to worry about the gas going bad. I would make sure the gas/oil ratio meets the manufacturer's specifications.
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South Florida
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April 27, 2016
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Yes, only if the washer takes a mix of gas and oil to run the machine.
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April 26, 2016
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Ram, sorry my last post was thinking you wanted to use it in the pressure washer side not the engine side. But in this case the answer is probably the same "NO", but for a different reason.
More than likely your pressure washer uses a 4 cycle engine not a 2 cycle engine. (4 cycle engines generally have more power than 2 cycle engines). 2 cycle engines are generally used for leaf blowers, weed Read More
Ram, sorry my last post was thinking you wanted to use it in the pressure washer side not the engine side. But in this case the answer is probably the same "NO", but for a different reason.
More than likely your pressure washer uses a 4 cycle engine not a 2 cycle engine. (4 cycle engines generally have more power than 2 cycle engines). 2 cycle engines are generally used for leaf blowers, weed whackers, etc. Whereas, 4 cycle engines are generally used for lawn mowers, and other gas driven power tools. Mind you there are exceptions as I have had a 2 cycle lawn mower in the past, but it definitely was not as powerful as a 4 cycle mower.
You can tell the difference if it has a separate place for oil to be added. If you have an oil cap on the engine it is a 4 cycle engine and you do NOT need this product. This product has the oil added to the gasoline. In fact using this product for a long while can cause early failure of the pressure washer engine bu causing the spark plug to eventually get fowled and potentially stop working properly. Read Less
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Stone Mountain Georgia
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April 26, 2016
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Ram,
In short, NO!. This product is a gasoline fuel mix for 2 cycle engines. Although gasoline has been used as a cleaner by some folks, I do not recommended it, since gasoline is very volatile and can be ignited with a simple spark, and often can cause a dangerous explosion (it is used for the explosion properties in most engines - car, lawn mower, etc.). Check with the pressure washer manufacturer to
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Ram,
In short, NO!. This product is a gasoline fuel mix for 2 cycle engines. Although gasoline has been used as a cleaner by some folks, I do not recommended it, since gasoline is very volatile and can be ignited with a simple spark, and often can cause a dangerous explosion (it is used for the explosion properties in most engines - car, lawn mower, etc.). Check with the pressure washer manufacturer to ask what additive they recommend for various cleaning using for their product.
But I strongly recommend that you DO NOT USE this product for your application. Hope this helps, and stay safe,
PAul
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April 26, 2016
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No, you can not use this in a high pressure washer.
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Where the code to get for 19.99

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Aiken, SC
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June 23, 2015
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I'm not sure about a code to purchase at a discount, I see this item listed on sale at a discounted price and make an order for more than one case (6 cans per case). You might try calling customer service and asking for a price discount code, especially if buying more than one case. Home Depot is customer friendly company to do business with, they may be happy to give you a discount code. Good luck!
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Huntsville Alabama
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June 16, 2015
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I signed up for a Home Depot Daily Mail special. This was one of my emails I received, It is only good for the one day they send it to you. I have purchased many items from getting this email special. This is the second time I got the TRUFUEL for 19.99.
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Orange, CA
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June 3, 2015
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This was an e-mail special offer. Original order I paid $34.99 per case.
The numbers are:
Model # 6525638
Store SKU # 617096
Internet/Catalog SKU 202604386
Hope that helps.
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McAllen, TX
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June 2, 2015
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Don't know the code. I bought mine when Home Depot e-mailed me that this product was on special. I recommend you sign up for e-mail alerts on their daily discounts.
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Don't know about a code. Bought mine on a one day deal they had couple of weeks ago. Said it would arrive between 5/7-5/12. Arrived 5/12. Know this is no help, but sign up for the e-mails, it may help in the future.
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What is the shelf life of unopened bottles?

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March 31, 2016
Since it is a better deal per quart to buy the 6-pack than single bottle how long before unopened bottle is considered expired and not good for use?
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The shelf life of unopened bottles is a least 5 years Hope this helps!
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I was told by a dealer that it will last two years unopened.
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April 27, 2016
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2 years.
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April 1, 2016
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The shelf life of unopened bottles 5 years or more.
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TruFuel 50:1 Pre Mixed Fuel (6-Pack) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 439.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good stuff My snowblower runs cleaner and much more efficiently. I am amazed how much I can do on just 32oz of product. Oh, did I mention the convenience?
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Check the cap This fuel is the least expensive pre-mixed fuel that I've found. As you probably know, using the pre-mixed fuel is the only way to go since our all-knowing federal government (EPA) demanded that ethanol be put into gasoline. But tighten the can cap! There is no seal under the cap on these cans. Check the cap - if you have to tighten it, check the level in the can. I purchased one that was down about 20% because the cap was not tight. I was more worried about it leaking in my car than the missing amount.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I thought the price was way out of line until I thought about the need to but diet my leaf blower... I thought the price was way out of line until I thought about the need to but diet my leaf blower needed. You need the right type of gas/oil mixture and a stabilizer the gaskets and other internal carb parts don't get rebuilt yearly. I haven't had an issue with this gas. My leaf blower starts first time every time I start it. Can't complain about that. I'll just keep buying as long it appears on the shelf.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pricing not as advertised I love this product and have bought several cases of it over the last few years. However, Home Depot pricing reflects a discount for buying a case of 6 cans. When I checked out, the associate was unable to scan the case so she charged me the regular per can price vs the discounted case price. I didn't have time to wait in the customer service line to get them to fix it. Next time I'll go to Lowes.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Eexperience I had the opportunity to purchase a Gas Dryer from your West Loop site and it was one of my best experience. I had the pleasure of working with an experienced associate and he walked me through the entire process, and showed me the features of all the Gas Dryers on the floor. I was able to make an informed choice and save money. I will be speaking to all my friends about this great experience
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Believe There is not a better product for you blower in fall and early winter. It is stable and has no alcohol so you need not worried about water or your carburetor getting damaged. We have a 3 year old low cost blower that is used everyday throughout the year for roofing and it has just now had to have the spark plug replaced. We only use this fuel in it and nothing else.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Premix 50:1 fuel Recently had issues with a backpack blower that had trouble starting, then failed to start. Told by a mechanic to drain the 50:1 fuel/oil mix I make and buy the premix. Solved the problem. Blower starts on a single pull now and runs smoother. The additional cost of the premix is worth it as it ensures there is no harmful ethanol working against the engine.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fuel Great fuel for all of my yard equipment. Doesn't gum up after it sits for the winter like regular fuel. My equipment starts right up after it's been sitting for the winter. If you say we have a winter here in Florida.nothing else goes in my equipment but this fuel. Yes it's more expensive but it's well worth it in the long run. Trust me on this.
Date published: 2016-08-16
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