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Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by GeeVee, Mar 8, 2008.

  1. GeeVee

    GeeVee East Coast Champion

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    2-stroke oil mix works best?
     
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    Wtf......:jawdrop:
     
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    What complexion season are you? Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter? Pastels are good for Spring People, dark greens and blues for Summer and so on.
     
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    Any thing thats got loads of colour in it so you know its not straight petrol!
    Ive had mix that you were not sure if it had been mixed or not it was so pale
     
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    Oh, sure.. a guy asks a serious question and all you guys can do is make fun.... shame on you.

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    Red, like your feedback.
     
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    You been out there mixing some up and got a little overcome with the fumes?:dizzy:
     
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    I use only the Aspen Alky fuel, premixed to 50:1 with high quality synth oil anyway - works perfect even with the 1970 621 speced at 25:1 - but that one has a Mahle Nikasil jug, unlike most saws of that age...

    Mahle rocks!
     
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    Err here petrol comes from pumps 95RON unleaded or 98RON super ive never seen any other way to buy fuel
    ive had Husqvarna oil and partner oil they are nearly black
    Oregon semi synthetic which is dark red
    and the usual Stihl oils
    Its the emergency bought at petrol station oils that are mearly colour less
     
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    Pink is the only way !!!!

    I like my oil pink like my saws...........








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    YUK i feel sick now!!!!!!!
     
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    Better not show that to my wife....she'll wanna know where you got it :hmm3grin2orange:
     
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    Looks like it came from Photoshop lol
     
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    Well - I just buy the Orange or Red Aspen 5 litre cans....
     
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    Is your pump petrol no good? I always read about the americans having fuel go bad, But never witnessed it here.
    Whats so special about aspen?
     
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    Well he asked for color and I see that he got what he asked for in the way of rep. Negative rep that is and it's a nice deep red!!!:dizzy:



    P.S. I didn't add to that color.
     
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    You could probably sell that saw to Slowp. It almost matches her pastel hickory shirt and multicolored duct tape boots.
     
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    It's very good, but Aspen is better suited for your saw.
     
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    I have had red oil brown blue green and yellow. If you wait long enough it will stop changing colours.
     
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    You might be referring to fuel going bad as meaning when our fuel is oxygenated, and its sits unused, the fuel splits, hydrogen evaporates off, and water can condense.
     
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