Product ingredients per the manufacture website are as follows: Naphtha (Petroleum), full range alkylate, butane-contg, toluene, Xylene, Ethylbenzene, N-hexane I have been using the product for many years and I am very satisfied with the performance of the yard tools (2 cycle engine-oil/gas mix) and the walk behind mower. (4cycle engine)
Definitely a good question. They do have a size that has a 6 pack of the smaller containers. TruFuel TruFuel 4-Cycle Ethanol-Free Fuel (6-Pack). In these Pandemic times they may have encountered a packaging shortage for the 110oz. size. The 6 pack may be a work around. The convenience of the smaller size has not gone unnoticed and I feel safe in thinking they still wanted to accommodate the customers with the 6 pack. Yes I did notice that the 40:1 and 50:1 still come in the110 oz. size.
If it's a 4 stroke it'll work as-is. If it's a 2 stroke you can use it but have to mix in the correct ratio of oil. If it is a 2 stroke there's a premixed version for those engines.
Yes but I wouldn't. When ethanol separates from the gas it produces water which will eventually trash your carb. That's why using this fuel straight is best for any small, carbureted engine.
Only if it's going to sit for more than year.
It's good for any 4 cycle engine - especially small, carbureted ones.
Use it in my saws gen, lawn mower. Just like reg gas!
Yep and yep.
Yes it does, any 4 cycle engine will take this fuel.
I don't know why you couldn't. I find it causes much less carburetors issues than with fuel from the pump with ethanol.