The Proper Oil & Gas Mixture for a Weed Eater?

Answer Trimmers were developed using a two-cylinder engine to keep the equipment lightweight and compact. Because of the smaller engine design, a Weed Eater requires a fuel mixture of unleaded gasoline a... Read More »

Top Q&A For: The Proper Oil & Gas Mixture for a Weed Eater

Did i do everything right with my weed eater?

Your mixture is 49.23:1. Good enough for a 50:1 fuel to oil requirement. If your machine requires 40:1 or 30:1 then you don't have enough oil in the fuel and you'll ruin the machine.Hope this hel... Read More »

Weed Eater Will Not Idle?

After the Weed Eater engine ignites, the carburetor system allows a small influx of gasoline into the carburetor to sustain low level combustion. When the trigger gets depressed, the throttle arm o... Read More »

Will it hurt to oil the filter on a weed eater?

most filters that you speak of are washable in water and soap, so they can be used over and over.I would only suggest that in this case, if you insist on doing this, that you check your filter more... Read More »

How to Repair Your Weed Eater Mower?

Almost all weed eater mowers operate on a two-cycle gas-powered engine. These engines have been designed to only need three basic things to start: spark, fuel and compression. To make any repairs t... Read More »