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TruSouth Oil releases pre-mixed fuel for two-cycle engines

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The new fuel comes ready to use, eliminating the need to mix gasoline and oil.

| May 4, 2010

 

50FUEL and 40FUEL are engineered, ready-to-use two-cycle engine fuels for weed eaters, leaf blowers or chainsaws. The precise oil-to-gas ratio in 50FUEL and 40FUEL assures the right ratio every time, and eliminates the need for mixing gas and oil, or messing around with gas cans. 
 
Users can simply open the cans and pour the product into their equipment. The product is packaged in easy-to-use, childproof, one quart cans and has a multi-year shelf life.
 
Both products have been blended with an advanced synthetic lubricant at the exact ratios suggested by the major manufacturers of hand-held power equipment. Since high performance helps to extend the lifetime of a two-cycle engine, a fuel stabilizer is added to 50FUEL and 40FUEL to ensure fresh fuel for every use.  
 
In vented containers, gasoline can lose octane and vapor pressure, attract water, and in some cases separate into its base components. This deterioration occurs when the fuel is left unused in a vented container over the course of several months. Unlike vented gas containers, the ready-to-use fuel in 50FUEL and 40FUEL is packaged in a sealed container to ensure freshness upon opening.
 
The gasoline that goes into 50FUEL is specially engineered for 2-cycle engines and never contains ethanol, the company says. 
 
For more information, visit www.50fuel.com.

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