50 to 1 ratio oil and gas mixture. Add 16 ounces of 2 cycle TCW 3 oil to 6 gallons of non-ethanol gasoline.

The 1996 model, 6 hp Johnson outboard, requires a 50:1 ratio, roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The correct fuel mixture for a 1979 85 hp Johnson outboard motor is 50:1

I have a 1972 85esl72 Johnson outboard motor and I use a 50:1 ratio.

The ratio for the 2 stroke variety of the 1996 model, 9.9 hp Johnson outboard would be 50:1. This is roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil to six gallons of fuel.

A 1986 year model 30hp Johnson outboard uses a 50:1 fuel to oil ratio.

If not equipped with oil injection, a 50:1 ratio is required. This is roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1970 model, 9.9hp Johnson outboard requires a 50:1 fuel to oil ratio. This is roughly, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The fuel to oil ratio for a 1988 model, 8hp Johnson outboard, would be 50:1, six gallons of fuel, to one pint of two cycle oil.

I have a 6 hp Johnson seahorse outboard and I was told to run it at 40:1 and have done so for ages and runs fine.

The 1992 model, 28hp Johnson outboard performs well on a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1998 commercial model, 25 hp Johnson outboard operates on a 50:1 ratio. This is roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

i mix mine 30:1 and that works good

more than likely 50 to 1

Your 1958 Johnson uses a 24 to 1 mixture.

This engine should have a VRO pump and if it has been bypassed the mixture is 50:1