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Good deal if you use 2 strokes A LOT.
Otherwise, it's probably worth it to spend a few more cents and get synthetic oil. Especially if you have multiple engines with different ratios required, because with synthetic you can run everything at the same ratio (unlike conventional oil). So no need to have multiple gas canisters for all your 2 strokes, just one.
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i just wait till end of season (now thru oct) and all this stuff goes on clearance. I just buy the gallon of premix 2 stroke fuel. normally 20 or 25, i buy for $4 or 5. First, its premixed with synthetic oil so works for 50:1 and 40:1. Second, its ethanol free high octane gas, which is impossible to find in nyc. It works great, lasts 5 years in can and 2 years in gas tank. My stuff always starts first pull. Regular price is expensive but 100% worth it at clearance prices, will extend the life of your 2 cycle engines.
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i just wait till end of season (now thru oct) and all this stuff goes on clearance. I just buy the gallon of premix 2 stroke fuel. normally 20 or 25, i buy for $4 or 5. First, its premixed with synthetic oil so works for 50:1 and 40:1. Second, its ethanol free high octane gas, which is impossible to find in nyc. It works great, lasts 5 years in can and 2 years in gas tank. My stuff always starts first pull. Regular price is expensive but 100% worth it at clearance prices, will extend the life of your 2 cycle engines.
Remind me. Thanks. Does the oil of the current deal go bad? In # months?
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Good deal if you use 2 strokes A LOT.
Otherwise, it's probably worth it to spend a few more cents and get synthetic oil. Especially if you have multiple engines with different ratios required, because with synthetic you can run everything at the same ratio (unlike conventional oil). So no need to have multiple gas canisters for all your 2 strokes, just one.
You can do the same with conventional oil. Just mix at the richest requirement of your 2-strokes. I run 40:1 in everything from my chainsaw to dirt bike.
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Remind me. Thanks. Does the oil of the current deal go bad? In # months?
Unopened it should last at least 5 years but I'd say even longer
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i just wait till end of season (now thru oct) and all this stuff goes on clearance. I just buy the gallon of premix 2 stroke fuel. normally 20 or 25, i buy for $4 or 5. First, its premixed with synthetic oil so works for 50:1 and 40:1. Second, its ethanol free high octane gas, which is impossible to find in nyc. It works great, lasts 5 years in can and 2 years in gas tank. My stuff always starts first pull. Regular price is expensive but 100% worth it at clearance prices, will extend the life of your 2 cycle engines.
Please post up on SD if you see it on clearance. I too prefer ethanol free in small engines (but NJ gas stations all have ethanol as well).
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Cheaper to get the 19.6 oz bottle for $4.97
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Cheaper to get the 19.6 oz bottle for $4.97
This^^^

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I buy a quart of Quaker State 2 cycle engine oil for $4 regularly. Compared with that, this is not a deal at all.
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This^^^

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I buy a quart of Quaker State 2 cycle engine oil for $4 regularly. Compared with that, this is not a deal at all.
correct. however this is easier cuz theres no measuring, you add this whole bottle to your gal of gas.
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30$ a gallon
Not really that great of a deal better off buying in bulk container, either a litre or gallon and purchasing a premix bottle or baby bottle to measure it out.
This is also Husqvarna lowest grade oil, this isn't their premium synthetic smokeless premix
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correct. however this is easier cuz theres no measuring, you add this whole bottle to your gal of gas.
There are several brands that offer larger containers with a measuring reservoir near the spout. e.g.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Pro-Mix-...il/1159323
https://www.menards.com/main/tool...495&ipos=3
https://www.homedepot.com/p/ECHO-.../100033949
https://www.homedepot.com/p/ECHO-.../100033949
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ethan.../206556649
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correct. however this is easier cuz theres no measuring, you add this whole bottle to your gal of gas.
I keep small bottle for measuring. And buy the big one.
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I only use a few gallons of premixed a year and like the little bottles. I purchased the synthetic this weekend from Walmart for a few cents more.
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