Tag Archives: two-stroke

Why are There Different Two-Stroke Oil Mix Ratios for Chainsaw Oil John Baker|Jun 20, 2017 8:36 AM Swamp mix. That’s what you call a concoction of two-stroke oil and gas that’s been slopped together with no measuring tools and no regard for engine protection. Your chainsaw or string trimmer could be running on a 50:1 […]

Solving ethanol issues before they arise The fuel some love to hate isn’t the problem – letting gasoline sit too long is the real problem. Len Groom | TECHNICAL PRODUCT MANAGER How did an alternative fuel made mostly from corn grown in the Midwest become a political lightning rod? Whatever the reason, ethanol is always […]

Simplifying Two-Stroke Oil Mix Ratios Andy Arendt|Dec 12, 2016 10:11 AM Depending on two-stroke equipment age, brand and owner preferences, keeping track of two-stroke oil mix ratios can be complicated. Professional lawn and landscape companies in particular face challenges when it comes to ensuring employees are using the correct mix ratio. One oil for all […]

Just the Facts: The ECHO String Trimmer Technical Study Ed Newman|Dec 07, 2016 3:03 PM As my friends and family will attest, I have a wide range of interests, but small-engine repair has never been a hobby of mine. Nevertheless, because I own a little property, I’ve had to own all the basic equipment necessary […]