4 ounces of oil to 1 gallon of gas.
It takes 4 onces of oil to one gallon of gas to make a 32 to 1 ratio. It takes 4 onces of oil to one gallon of gas to make a 32 to 1 ratio.
3 quarts oil, 1 quart gas
1 pt to 6 gallon
About 2.6 oz per gallon
There is 128 oz in a gallon. 128 divided by 20 is 6.4, so 6.4 oz of oil to a gallon of gas for 20 to 1
For an oil/gas mixture ratio of 25:1, used 5.12 (5-1/8) oz of oil to 1 gallon of gasoline.
2.6 ounces of oil per gallon of gas. A 50 to 1 ratio.
Look on the Gas cap of your weedeater. It should tell you the gas to oil ratio. If its not there try looking in the manual or online.
2.56 Ounces of oil for every gallon of gas.
2.5Oz per gallon of gas
Since a gallon is 128 oz. it would be just over 5 oz.
1 to 16
16oz of oil for 5 gal of gas
Every 40 ounces of gasoline add 1 ounce of oil for a 40 to 1 mix. You do the math.
1 Gallon of Fuel equates to 2.56 ounces of oil if the mixture ratio is 50:1.
50 to 1 or 2.6 ounces of oil to one gallon of gas
There is a very simple solution to find your ratios. There are 128 ounces in a gallon and since we are always using a ratio of 1 for the gas all you need to do is divide 128 by the gas side of the ratio. The standard ratio seems to be 40 to 1 (40 : 1) gas to oil in which case we divide 128 by 40 and get 3.2. This means you need 3.2 ounces of oil for every gallon of gas. (128 / 40 = 3.2) I am confused as to whether you are asking for a 125 to 1 ratio or are confused and mean a 1 to 25 ratio. Here are a few values for gas mixing. 125 : 1 ratio is 1.024 ounces per gallon of gas 25 : 1 ratio is 5.12 ounces per gallon of gas 50 : 1 ratio is 2.56 ounces per gallon of gas 40 : 1 ratio is 3.20 ounces per gallon of gas
appx 10.7 oz (1/12th of 128 oz)
2 cycle need to have oil mixed in the fuel to lubricate the engine. divide 128 by the mix ratio and that will give you the amount of oil to mix in one gallon of gas
32:1 (4 oz. oil to 1 gallon of gas)