# How much oil does it take to mix a 40 1?

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Mixing Ratio (Gas:Oil) | Volume of Gasoline | Volume of 2-Cycle Oil |
---|---|---|

32:1 | 1 US gal. (128 oz) | 4 oz. |

40:1 | 1 US gal. (128 oz) | 3.2 oz. |

50:1 | 1 US gal. (128 oz) | 2.6 oz. |

32:1 | 1 liter | 31.25 ml |

Keeping this in view, how do you calculate 40 1 gas oil mix?

The **fuel**-**oil mixture ratio** for all Weed Eater products is **40**:**1**. You can obtain this **ratio** by **mixing** 3.2 oz. of two cycle air cooled engine **oil** with one gallon of regular **gas**. Over a period of time **oil** will separate from **gasoline**.

**oil**that meets this standard is

**40**:

**1**, or 3.2 ounces of

**oil**per gallon of gasoline.

**50**:

**1, or 50**parts gasoline to

**1**part 2-cycle

**oil**is 2.6 ounces of

**oil**per gallon of gasoline. Increasing the ratio from the old 32:

**1**(4 oz. per gallon) to

**50**:

**1**(2.6 oz.

Likewise, how much oil do you mix with a 50 1 ratio?

**You** want to **mix** 2.6 ounces of **oil** to one gallon of gasoline for a **50**:**1 mixture**. If **you**'re **mixing** up two gallons of gasoline **you will** have to **mix** 5.2 ounces of **oil** to two gallons of gasoline for a **50**:**1 mixture**.

For a **40:1** mixture, use 3.2 fluid ounces of oil per gallon of **gas**. For a 32:1 mixture, use 4 fluid ounces of oil per gallon of **gas**.