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How to mix a 25:1 fuel ratio for 1 gal. of gas

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5.1 oz (150 ml) per gallon of gas

I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

If you have a 25:1 ratio, just buy a small, 3.6 ounce of 2-cycle oil and multiply the oil amount by 25.  You'll yield 90 ounces, 3 qts of gas/oil mixture.

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