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Old 07-25-2007, 09:53 PM
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is there a way i can use UMO, or motor oil as 2 cycle oil?

I hate buying the stuff, its so expensive. And i have motor oil and UMO setting around. I have a weed wacker that needs to be used.

I threw the UMO with sea foam in it into the chainsaw bar oil thing. Worked pretty good. It was still pretty honey colored. =-) I'm sure it kept the chain well cleaned hahaha.
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Come on guys, nobody knows anything on this?
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UMO, ran it. Then I plugged it, then I ended up replacing injectors. Unless your going to find some way to get all of the miniscule heavy metals from scratching and marring all of your surfaces, I would use it to heat your house in the winter. Not a fan, but others are. Im one of few with 516k plus on my engine and ive screwed it up with everything except bio.
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