G-Oil Bar and Chain Oil

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I bought this stuff because I cant go into HD without buying something. It was cheap. Like any nut I went online to read about it. The amazon dot com reviews say scary stuff like it ruined bars and oil pumps. Am I safe to use this on my new Husky?
 
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Does it have industry ratings like TC-W3? If it's got industry ratings, it's been tested and approved. I went to the G-Oil website, and their products seem to have all of the appropriate approvals. It's a great ides, using soybean oil instead of dead dinosaurs.
 
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Originally Posted By: 2cool
Does it have industry ratings like TC-W3? If it's got industry ratings, it's been tested and approved. I went to the G-Oil website, and their products seem to have all of the appropriate approvals. It's a great ides, using soybean oil instead of dead dinosaurs.
It is not soybean oil. I'm not sure he is talking about 2 stroke either.
 

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The back of the jug says, "...made with American grown base oils and the power of nanotechnology." Lol. I mind as well give it a go. Husqvarna specs nanotechnology lol.
 
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Bar & chain oil, not 2 cycle oil for the engine. There is no industry spec for bar & chain oil?? Any oil with a tacky component would be OK. Maybe someone should sell the tacky component alone and then you could mix it with diesel fuel or old crankcase oil and have bar & chain oil.
 
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