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I recommend doing a search on Amsoil Saber. You'll find a ton of various opinions and helpful information.

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Hands down I would go with Amsoil at 100 to 1. I buy the pillow packs and mixing could not be easier. 1 pack and 1 gallon of gas. I use it in my Nils my Stihl chainsaw and weedwacker and my Weedeater.

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Amsoil 100-1 syn mixed at 70-1 in my strikemaster.Drilled about 300 holes last years and it runs great.

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I run the Amsoil Saber Professional in my Nils and love the stuff. I broke my auger in at about 70:1 and now run it 100:1 and it starts great, no smoke and fumes and its easy to mix into a gallon of gas when using the 1.5 oz pillow packets.

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i like the strike master oil for my strike master .....maby im the only one lol ...not a fan of amsoil

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I run the Amsoil Saber Professional at 80:1 in all of my 2 stroke small engines.

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can i pick some up at fleet farm

Good question. The FF here in Rochester doesn't carry the Amsoil Saber. If you can, just order it online from the corporate site. I'd include the link but sometimes that "makes waves" on this site....

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Amsoil Saber Pro here ... 100:1. Use in all my small engines, and have just started using it in my Outboard.

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can i pick some up at fleet farm
They dont carry the saber oil. But they do carry a husquverna oil in the chain saw department its low smoke might be an option to the $7 shipping fee. $17 for a quart of oil is a little steep.

Or try finding a dealer in your area and ask them what they can do for ya. You can find a dealer from your area off their HSOforum

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dose any one know where i can pick some besids ording it i dont want to have to ask the old man if he can order some would rather go pick some up

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on their websight it says 100:1=1.3oz of oil and the pillow packs are 1.5 is that just beacuse you never actually get every drop or what???

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on their websight it says 100:1=1.3oz of oil and the pillow packs are 1.5 is that just beacuse you never actually get every drop or what???

I would assume that. There is always a little left in the pillow pack Im sure. Im glad they came out with the pillow packs. No more guess work.

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