What would you like to do?
Answer use newer synthetic oil. it covers a broad range of fuel/oil ratios with one mix. it will allow you to use one fuel mix for all your 2cycle equipment. not marine… though.
i was looking for the same answer and found this website . http://www.repairspot.com/two_stroke_fuel_mixture_ratio.htm
Most late model Johnson/Evinrude outboards carry a decal stating a 100:1 ratio. Being an old timer, I still prefer the ol tried and true 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle …oil to six gallons of fuel. Never seen a powerhead failure due to the richer oil mix.
40:1 is the fuel mixture per the manual
I think Poulan builds them. I've got a 20 inch and I'm not sold on it. It leaks oil when I put it away in the carrying case and is constantly hard starting. My wife… bought it for me for a birthday present, so I don't want to get rid of it, but knowing what I do now about it, I wouldn't have bought one.
how old is it, but poulan did for a long time
Mac 310 fuel/oil ratio is 40:1
the mix ratio for Lawnboys is 32:1 4 oz. per gallon
The fuel mixture for a 2.0 McCulloch chain saw is 32 to 1. This means that there is 1 part of 2 cycle oil mixed per 32 parts of fuel.
when you are mixing gas for a chain saw. it will tell you 40;1 or 50;1 that is how much 2 stroke oil is in it. you can buy at almost any hardware store little containers… of 2 stroke oil that mixes with one gallon of gas. it will say on it what the mix racial of that container will make.
The fuel mix for the mculloch 60012312 is 40:1.
with a screwdriver
You won't go far wrong using a 40/1 mixture and adjusting if you need to.
40 to 1
Choose your oil; it is either 40:1 or 50:1 depending on that.