On a bottle of Echo 2 cycle oil, it says 2.6 oz to 1 gallon of gasoline is 50:1.

The question is how come they base the ratio to the approximate weight of a gallon of water?

The info I find is water weighs 8.34 pound per gallon, and gasoline is about 6 pounds per gallon.

The oil is a bit heavier than gas. I am a bit sleepy so?

The question is how come they base the ratio to the approximate weight of a gallon of water?

The info I find is water weighs 8.34 pound per gallon, and gasoline is about 6 pounds per gallon.

The oil is a bit heavier than gas. I am a bit sleepy so?

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