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Trufuel 50:1 Pre Oil Mix

$5.96 /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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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
10.5 
Product Height (in.) 
10 
Product Width (in.) 
7.25 

Details

Biodegradable 
No 
Container Type 
Steel Can 
Octane Rating 
93 
Oil Type 
2 Cycle 
Quantity (oz.) 
32 
Returnable 
90-Day 

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How do I justify the price

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Hurst, TX
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May 4, 2015
A gallon would be over $24
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July 16, 2016
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Premixed, no need to shake can, just open and pour. High-octane for more power. Clean-burning, does not produce black residue. Keeps engine clean inside and out. No need to add fuel preservative. Safe to leave in tank for next season. Ethanol-free – will not harden fuel lines. Ethanol-free – does not cause deterioration of engine membranes and seals.
As a homeowner and seasonal outdoor power tool Read More
Premixed, no need to shake can, just open and pour. High-octane for more power. Clean-burning, does not produce black residue. Keeps engine clean inside and out. No need to add fuel preservative. Safe to leave in tank for next season. Ethanol-free – will not harden fuel lines. Ethanol-free – does not cause deterioration of engine membranes and seals.
As a homeowner and seasonal outdoor power tool user, its convenience and the fact that it has kept my string trimmer’s engine running trouble free and running better after switching to TRUFUEL makes the added expense worth it for me. “Wanna keep that tank grommet on your Echo trimmer from cracking and leaking prematurely? Well, use TRUFUEL, duh. :)” Read Less
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$24/gal? I don't think so. I'm shocked at some of the comments on here. 100% gas around where I live is currently about 2 bucks a gallon. I take my good ol' steel gas cans to the station, fill 'em up and bring them home. I can have over 10 gallons of pure, 100%, ethanol-free gas for less money than what you people are eagerly willing to pay for a quart. I can easily mix the oil and gas to a 50:1, 40:1 or Read More
$24/gal? I don't think so. I'm shocked at some of the comments on here. 100% gas around where I live is currently about 2 bucks a gallon. I take my good ol' steel gas cans to the station, fill 'em up and bring them home. I can have over 10 gallons of pure, 100%, ethanol-free gas for less money than what you people are eagerly willing to pay for a quart. I can easily mix the oil and gas to a 50:1, 40:1 or even the old 32:1 mix, if I wish. (2.6 oz., 3.2 oz., and 4 oz. of oil per one gal gas, respectively.) I have different cans for different mixes. Splash a little Sta-Bil in it if you like. To answer someone else's question, no, the mix doesn't have to be perfect. And one more thing. All my small engines run great. But of course, I do the routine maintenance on them, including cleaning up and winterizing. A full tank of gas with Sta-Bil is good for end of season. It'll start right up in the spring. I'm not an old lady on a rant, I'm fairly young, but just don't like to waste money on simple things. Hope this helps. Read Less
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January 19, 2016
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The saying:" pay me now or pay more later" applies here. Using ethanol free fuel keeps your expensive equipment running correctly. No metal being eating away due to ethanol. Keep running good pure fuel and oil mix. Great shelf life on this product, Not like ethanol. Maybe 2 weeks before breaking down.
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December 30, 2015
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I just saw this product at a well known hardware store in Saginaw, Mi. they wanted $9 for a can, so I think the HD price is a good deal
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September 17, 2015
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I recently had to send my Poulan chainsaw to the shop for repairs due to the moisture attracting properties of regular fuel containing ethanol. He said to dump any left over fuel out of engine or run dry. I can leave the TruFuel cans inside my garage without any concern of fire. Since a neighbor's garage caught fire from lawnmore fuel can, I never leave plastic fuel containers in an enclosed space. Plus, Read More
I recently had to send my Poulan chainsaw to the shop for repairs due to the moisture attracting properties of regular fuel containing ethanol. He said to dump any left over fuel out of engine or run dry. I can leave the TruFuel cans inside my garage without any concern of fire. Since a neighbor's garage caught fire from lawnmore fuel can, I never leave plastic fuel containers in an enclosed space. Plus, all my two stroke engines run/start smoother even when TruFuel is left for months in tank. Worth the extra cost not to have the headaches. Read Less
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Foxfield, CO
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June 22, 2015
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I think the price can be justified because (1) TrueFuel or its equivalent is a virtual necessity for proper operation of small, 2-cycle engines, (2) the equivalent would be a hassle to duplicate, and (3) convenience. If you use a small amount of fuel each season (I use about 1 1/2 cans), it's likely not worth the running around to save a few $$. If you were running a lawn service where you used lots of Read More
I think the price can be justified because (1) TrueFuel or its equivalent is a virtual necessity for proper operation of small, 2-cycle engines, (2) the equivalent would be a hassle to duplicate, and (3) convenience. If you use a small amount of fuel each season (I use about 1 1/2 cans), it's likely not worth the running around to save a few $$. If you were running a lawn service where you used lots of fuel in many string trimmers every day... and knew you'd consume the fuel in a short time, of course you'd go to the effort to get a "bulk" price. Read Less
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It's worth it if you have good equipment that you only use once in a while. I have a 'premium' brand 60cc chain saw that I only use maybe once a year (I use my smaller one more often). If I left pump gas in the saw, it would gum up the carb, and the ethanol would eat away the metal, and I would have to repair it. I know this because it has happened to me. My saw starts up every season on the first pull, Read More
It's worth it if you have good equipment that you only use once in a while. I have a 'premium' brand 60cc chain saw that I only use maybe once a year (I use my smaller one more often). If I left pump gas in the saw, it would gum up the carb, and the ethanol would eat away the metal, and I would have to repair it. I know this because it has happened to me. My saw starts up every season on the first pull, and I've never had to do any gas-related repairs. This is also true for all of my 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines that I use TruFuel in. So I would say that is a good reason to pay the extra price. Read Less
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Yes, this product does cost more than buying the materials and making it yourself. I believe this is true of most things in general. With this product, you get a few great benefits that have not only been convenient but money savers in the long-term that far exceed the difference saved by doing it yourself: Convenience, uniform product, long-term storage, little to no maintenance needed on my products Read More
Yes, this product does cost more than buying the materials and making it yourself. I believe this is true of most things in general. With this product, you get a few great benefits that have not only been convenient but money savers in the long-term that far exceed the difference saved by doing it yourself: Convenience, uniform product, long-term storage, little to no maintenance needed on my products vs. gas/mix, better running products, cleaner burning (far less smoking) Read Less
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I use this in my weed eater so one can often last me at least three months. Prior to using this there were often times when the weed eater would not start at all so I had to leave my yard half done. For someone using this in large quantities, it will be expensive. Your equipment will last longer and function better, but you will have to decide if that justifies the expense.
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yes, you are right, it is expensive, but worth it, as this burns much cleaner than gas/oil mix and the engine stays clean.
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is it save to us truefuel in any sthil product

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Can't find anything on sthil's website if I should or should not?
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I use it my Sthil chainsaw and i have no problem
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Yes, If it is in a two stroke engine that takes a 50 to 1 mix. Check Sthil's warranty to see if using anything but Sthil fuel mix will void their warranty.
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Yes. If the Sthil product is two stroke and requires a 50 to 1 mix of gas and oil. I use it in my sthil weed eaters and chainsaws. Runs good.
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Hi sthilhead
I've used this on many different tools of many different brands. If the Sthil tool requires 50:1 gas/oil mix then this is a great choice. TruFuel is essentially high quality fuel that will make your tools run better and last longer.
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does it come in a larger size can?

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Hi target310
Yes this fuel is also sold in 110 oz. steel containers.
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It comes in one gallon (actually 110oz) square cans, and some Home Depots carry those, just depends on the area you are in. TruFuel also sells it in 5 gallon cans (4.75 gallon), and 48 gallon drums.
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This is the only size can I have found at a H.D. store.
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yes, you can get it in a 1 Gallon size.
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Ok to use in echo blower

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I just bought and got some echo power fuel to use in it but it's about $3 more per can
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July 14, 2016
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This can be used.
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As long as the mix is 50:1 there should be no problem
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yes, I use this in my Echo backpack blower and it works perfect.
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