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Model # 6525606

Store SKU #1001393653

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TruFuel 50:1 Pre Oil Mix

  • Ready-to-use fuel engineered for all 2-cycle engines
  • Ethanol-free mix protects rubber hoses and plastic components
  • Stabilizing components provide engine-health and peak performance
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Product Overview

  • Ready-to-use fuel engineered for all 2-cycle engines
  • Ethanol-free mix protects rubber hoses and plastic components
  • Stabilizing components provide engine-health and peak performance
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. Steel Can Container. 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: 3.3 in. W x 6.5 in. D x 10.25 H
  • 93+ octanes, ethanol-free formula provides easier engine starting and smoother idling
  • Highly portable, easy to store 110 oz. steel container eliminates the hassle and mess of mixing yourself
  • 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

Product Overview

  • Ready-to-use fuel engineered for all 2-cycle engines
  • Ethanol-free mix protects rubber hoses and plastic components
  • Stabilizing components provide engine-health and peak performance
Model #: 6525606
Sku #: 1001393653
Internet #: 205913129

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. Steel Can Container. 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: 3.3 in. W x 6.5 in. D x 10.25 H
  • 93+ octanes, ethanol-free formula provides easier engine starting and smoother idling
  • Highly portable, easy to store 110 oz. steel container eliminates the hassle and mess of mixing yourself
  • 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.5
Product Height (in.)
10.25
Product Width (in.)
3.3

Details

Biodegradable
No
Container Type
Steel Can
Octane Rating
92
Oil Type
2 Cycle
Quantity (oz.)
110

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.5
Product Height (in.)
10.25
Product Width (in.)
3.3

Details

Biodegradable
No
Container Type
Steel Can
Octane Rating
92
Oil Type
2 Cycle
Quantity (oz.)
110

Questions & Answers

Can this be used with snow blower?

Can this be used with snow blower?
Asked by: sumit
Unless it is 2 stroke you need plain trufuel
Answered by: Hobbzki
Date published: 2020-01-21

Help me understand this product. The cost of this fuel is over $15 more per gallon than pump gas....

Help me understand this product. The cost of this fuel is over $15 more per gallon than pump gas. I get that this is E0, but every 10 gallons is the extra cost equal to a new mid-priced blower/trimmer/etc. Is this being used only in machines costing many hundreds or thousands of dollars? I can't see the math working for a consumer-level lawn tool. You could buy a new tool every few years with the savings.
Asked by: DJA
Worth the price. Mixed my own fuel and machine wouldn’t start. Paid 170 to be told the gas was bad. I’ll buy this every time to know exactly what I’m getting.
Answered by: FatTony
Date published: 2019-10-29

Which would be better beside cost. 93 octane real gas and a good 2 cycle oil or trufuel already m...

Which would be better beside cost. 93 octane real gas and a good 2 cycle oil or trufuel already mixed. I can buy real gas in my area for around 3.60 a gallon. I usually dump regular gas in 30 to 45 days anyway that is not been used. Thanks for your reply
Asked by: Kaz
93 octane gas at the pump and an oil mixer. Foolish to waste money buying the pre-mixed stuff.
Answered by: TonyD
Date published: 2020-06-27

Do you need to use a funnel when pouring fuel into engine gas tank? Quart containers are no spill...

Do you need to use a funnel when pouring fuel into engine gas tank? Quart containers are no spill. I was just wondering about these 110 oz. cans.
Asked by: Ironmike
No funnel is needed if you have a steady hand and you hold the can with the widest side to the ground and the spout closest to the sky. In other words, don't have the spout closest to the ground / gas tank. Any other position and the spout will gasp for air and disturb how the gas flows out.
Answered by: JD
Date published: 2018-04-24
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