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Two Stroke Oil Question

i just started running two stroke oil this friday and already i can tell that my truck is just a little bit quieter but i have a question do i always need to use universal two stroke oil or can i buy the outboard two stroke oil bc our walmart only has the outboard in big bottles

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I have found it easiest to buy the gallon of Wal Mart stuff. I keep it in my tool box, along with a 20oz water bottle. When I fill up, I pour the 2-stroke oil into the water bottle, than into my tank, so there is no mess down the side of my truck.

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From what ive read as long as its the ASHLESS kind you should be ok. Also do a search on 2 stroke oil theres tons of info on this site about it.

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ashless is the outboard stuff. it's for low rpm 2strokes not like the dirt bikes and chainsaws that love to rev. Just look at moparmans site and follow his directions. I do the same thing as you do jeffybuilt, but I have a case of bottles I fill up and take them with when I go on road trips. Less mess on the road just save the bottle.

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I've used just about any kind of 2 cycle oil out there...

Full Synthetics, Semi-Synthetics, Petroluem based...

PennzOil, Valvoline, SuperTech, YamaLube, Phillips 66 Injex, etc...

Snowmobile, Chainsaw, Outboard motor, etc...

Basically what every you can find that is cheap and fits you pocket book as long as its ASHLESS it will work...

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alright i just seen that there was universal and outboard there and i figured id just run the universal cuz it was cheaper but it doesnt come in anything bigger than 8oz but i havent gone to tractor supply yet

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I told a friend about two stroke and he said he had a case in his shop that came from he father who had past away. And asked will this work and label said Sinclair. I think I spelled that right. His father owned the old station back in the late 60s. Do you think its ashless?

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So as long as it is TC3W it ok. Right?

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could you just use new motor or used motor
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Low to no flash point is my thought. And no lubrisity just MHO I am no expert,I am sure he will be along in a minuite.

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