The recommended oil-to-gas ratio for a Homelite chainsaw, and most other brands of chainsaws, is a 50-to-1 mixture of 2.6 ounces of two-cycle chainsaw oil and 1 gallon of unleaded gasoline. The gasoline should be at least 87 octane.Continue Reading
If you are using oil that does not have an added fuel stablilizer, the ratio should be 16-to-1, using 8 ounces of two-cycle oil per gallon of unleaded gasoline.
Older saws may run just fine using a thicker ratio of oil to gasoline, such as a 40-to-1 ratio, or 40 parts gasoline to one part oil, but the spark plugs need to be replaced more frequently with this ratio.Learn more about Tools
The gasoline to oil mixture for McCulloch chainsaws is 50 to one. McCulloch recommends "Universal powered by McCulloch two-stroke oil" for all of its products with two-cycle engines.Full Answer >
The fuel ratio mixture for a Homelite Trimlite 25 cubic centimeter trimmer is 50 parts gasoline to one part oil. Therefore, 1 gallon of gasoline is mixed with 2.6 ounces of oil. The metric equivalent is 1 liter of gas to 20 cubic centimeters or 20 milliliters of oil.Full Answer >
Remington, Greenworks, Dolmar and Blue Max are all popular brands of chainsaws available in the United States. The chainsaw manufacturer Oregon specializes in cordless models.Full Answer >
Popular brands of chainsaws include Husqvarna, Echo, John Deere and Stihl. All four manufacturers feature highly rated chainsaws according to the magazine "Popular Mechanics." All four manufacturers additionally offer chainsaw accessories such as chains, bars, sharpeners, carrying bags, and ear and eye protection.Full Answer >