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    Default Favourite mix oil

    Just wanting to hear what everyone's favourite mix oil is. Mine is the castrol super 2-stroke. Exact same oil as the stihl, just a different bottle, and far cheaper at my local hardware store. About $5.60 per litre. If you like the stihl mix oil, please try castrol. They are both bottled in the same plant by bp. Only because one says stihl on it, they charge 3x as much.
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    Default Re: Favourite mix oil

    I use Castrol super snowmobile oil in my snowmobile. We have always used the Huskvarna or Stihl oil in the chain saws and brush saws. Buy it in bulk and get a good price.

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    Default Re: Favourite mix oil

    Whatever is on sale. Usually order from Baileys.

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    Default Re: Favourite mix oil

    +1 Whatever is on sale. Stihl Ultra or full synthetic from Baileys.

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    Default Re: Favourite mix oil

    Opti2 is all that I use. Great stuff.
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    Default Re: Favourite mix oil

    I use the Stihl oil in both my Brush Cutter and Chainsaw. Since both of these are Stihl products, I get double the Warranty.
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    Default Re: Favourite mix oil

    Always Stihl Ultra...
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    Stihl here too. Says something that they double the warranty. I like it for the already added stabilizer. Prime and pull in the spring and ready to go. I will at the bulk though. Why not

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    Default Re: Favourite mix oil

    Amsoil Sabre synthetic... buy it by the case.... great oil
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