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TruSouth Trufuel 50:1 Pre Oil Mix
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TruSouth

Trufuel 50:1 Pre Oil Mix

  • Fuel is pre-mixed and ready to use
  • Designed for portable 2-cycle gas-powered equipment
  • Advanced formula keeps fuel fresh for over 2 years after opened
$5.96 / each
If you buy 6 or more
$5.07 / each

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Product Overview

TruFuel is the first-ever premixed, ready-to-use fuel engineered specifically for portable 2-cycle gas powered equipment, providing time-saving convenience and superior performance. Advanced formula and fuel stabilizers precisely blended with full synthetic oil keeps fuel fresh for 2+ years after opening and 5+ years unopened.

  • Assembled dimension: 7.25 in. W x 10.5 in. D x 10 in. H
  • The 93+ octane, ethanol-free formula provides easier engine starting and smoother idling
  • The highly portable, easy to store 32 oz. steel container eliminates the hassle and mess of mixing yourself
  • The 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

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How do I justify the price

A gallon would be over $24
Asked by: Sam1
You can get a gallon can of it for around $20, for some savings (they price up the quarts). Still expensive as far as 2-cycle fuel goes. I use it at the end of the season and start of the season, reverting to self mix mid season when I am really using my 2-cycle tools. It is hard to determine if retail gasoline pumps have ethanol in them (unless advertised - Stewarts Convenience Stores in Upstate NY advertises as having non-ethanol gasoline, for example). The reason being, any gasoline with 15 percent ethanol or less added does not need to identify it. That said properly mixed ethanol added gasoline isn't all that bad if you are going to use it right away. That said, this premixed stuff (other brands out there too) is great "to have on hand" 2-cycle fuel, as its shelf life is two years. I have had whole trees fall (or just large limbs) fall and block my long driveway... other incidental tree issues. This stuff takes the guess work out of whether or not any mixed 2-cycle fuel you have on hand is any good or not. Also helps with issues such as forgetting to run the tank dry when done for the season to only discover at the beginning of the next season that you forgot to. Even if you properly winterized your seasonal equipment, I do find that mine is easier to get started after storage with this fuel. Once going regularly, I revert to self mix to save $ and then convert back to this at the end of the expected season. - hope this helps.
Answered by: billybob
Date published: 2016-11-14

Ok to use in echo blower

I just bought and got some echo power fuel to use in it but it's about $3 more per can
Asked by: Ade
As long as it's a 2-cycle air-cooled engine, yes.
Answered by: Blackbeered
Date published: 2017-03-22

Can this be used in pressure washer

Asked by: Gink6
If the pressure washer is designed to use an oil and gas mixture than maybe. I would be sure to pick the proper mix ratio on your pressure washer though I must say I have never seen a two stroke (gas and oil mixture) motor used on a pressure washer....
Answered by: Dazman
Date published: 2017-04-06

is it save to us truefuel in any sthil product

Can't find anything on sthil's website if I should or should not?
Asked by: sthilhead
Yes this should work very well in a stihl product!
Answered by: GrowingDude
Date published: 2017-02-07
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Customer Reviews

Trufuel 50:1 Pre Oil Mix is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 64.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This premixed fuel is ideal for adding to chainsaws, weed eaters etc before closing shop for wint... This premixed fuel is ideal for adding to chainsaws, weed eaters etc before closing shop for winter. Let it run into your carb and sit. Will keep gaskets good and moist. If you run the gas out for storage, gaskets and hoses will eventually become hard. Does not contain the additives you get from the pump. Yes, even 100% gas has fuel additives you do not want sitting in your saw all winter. This fuel has a two year shelf life and won't go bad like gas at the pump. If you use gas from the pump, after 7 to 9 days you should add stabilizer for any two cycle engine. If you do not use your 2 cycle engine ofter, just keep this TruSouth or other pre oil mixes sold at Home Depot in your tank at all times..... For obvious reason.
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I sent my wife to Home Depot the other day to pick up some 2 stroke oil and she came home with a ... I sent my wife to Home Depot the other day to pick up some 2 stroke oil and she came home with a can of Trufuel 50:1 mix. I thought wow, this is pretty cool. I poured it into my weed eater and fired it up. It ran for a few seconds then sputtered and stopped. I thought oh no, maybe it's the park plug...no. Maybe the carb...no. What could it be. I pulled and pulled and pulled trying to start my weed eater, which had been very reliable over the years. So I poured all of the Trufuel out and mixed some gas myself and poured it in...pulled on it a few times and it fired off and runs just fine! So I would have to say this Trufuel stuff is bad. I'm thinking maybe the gas is old although I just bought it from Home Depot! I wouldn't recommend this and I consider myself lucky this bad fuel didn't ruin my weedeater's engine.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Having had so many costly failures with the ethanol in the past, as I replace my equipment with '... Having had so many costly failures with the ethanol in the past, as I replace my equipment with 'top of the line' equipment, I don't 'cheap out' any more. I've been rewarded with quick starts, more power, and no maintenance. My only complaint is that the stuff isn't cheap ... in fact, 'gouging' come to mind. Remember, 'ethanol-free' is the key with the 'higher octane' a plus. So, if I'm near an airport or marina, I fill up those fuel containers.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Should have discovered this product years ago I'm a Senior, 10 year widow - with 2 pcs of equipment requiring 50:1 gas/oil mixture. Spent many years buying gas at a station, buying oil at an auto shop & mixing. Although these cans of premix are more expensive, the convenience is worth every cent and available any time of year, in any kind of weather! I wish I would have known about their availability at Home Depot years ago.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Its premixed fuel. Love the convenience and made my leaf blower run Its premixed fuel. Love the convenience and made my leaf blower run
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love it no mixing love it no mixing
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Convenience is Awesome So I would say its a little pricey, but worth it for the convenience of not having to go 10 miles out of my way to get Ethanol Free fuel, mix in 2 Stoke oil, measure the proper ratio's, then add a stabilizing additive. By the time you look at all of that? This is worth it to purchase. I will also say that my new Echo Equipment starts and runs perfect every time and has only ever run Trufuel.
Date published: 2016-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best thing ever! Shake it well before use! I'm no stranger to 2-cycle equipment. I was a professional landscaper for several years out of college and I know the importance of using a good 2-cycle mix and PREMIUM fuel. It's also very important to shake well any premixed fuel before using it! That being said, I have a 2-cycle trimmer that's about 3 years old and a stihl chainsaw that's about 5 years old. I had a heck of a time getting the trimmer running from day one. Difficult to start and restart. After that first year I took it out and give it it's first run of it's second season, It took me easily 30 minutes just to get it to turn over, let alone run. I just happened to mention my disappointment in the trimmer itself to the rep at home depot. Long conversation short, he recommended I try Trufuel, and if I continued to have issues with it to bring it back. HOLY COW, NIGHT AND DAY! I've been a happy man ever since. The first year using it, my trimmer started on the first pull, every time. Then to my great surprise, after storing it in my freezing cold garage all winter long... I took it out to use it and it started on the second pull! I started using it in my chainsaw too and what a difference. My saw starts on the first or second pull even after sitting for months, has more power, doesn't bog down anymore, and pretty much runs like new again! As for the cost aspect... if you've ever seen the price difference at the pump for ethanol free gas vs. 10% ethanol gas, than you'll have a better understanding of canned fuel pricing. There's an ethanol free station 35 min away from me and 93 octane ethanol free is $5.35/gal vs. $3.69 for the 10% ethanol mix. Don't get me wrong, if I was running my saw or trimmer professionally, I'd certainly make the trip and hassle of mixing myself. But together, they run no more than a few hours a year. When (AT MOST) 2 cans of this stuff gets me through weed season AND firewood season... with ZERO hassles from my equipment!? This is a no brainer to me!
Date published: 2013-12-29
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