What size string does a Troy-Bilt weed eater use?

What size string does a Troy-Bilt weed eater use?

Using your String Trimmer around the yard is a great way to quickly and efficiently get the job done when you are looking to beautify your landscaping and Troy-Bilt carries a large variety of replacement trimmer line ranging from . 050″ diameter to . 155″ diameter.

What gas is for a Troy-Bilt weed eater?

If your Troy-Bilt string trimmer has a 2-cycle engine, you will need to mix gasoline with 2-cycle oil before you fill the string trimmer tank. Fill a gas can with 1 gallon of gasoline and add a 95 ml (3.2 oz.) bottle of 2-cycle engine oil.

What is the oil to gas ratio for a Troy-Bilt weed eater?

All Weed Eater brand two-cycle gas trimmers use a 40:1 ratio of gas to oil. That’s equal to 3.2 ounces of oil to 1 gallon of regular gas. The gas should be 87 octane with no more than 10 percent alcohol.

What kind of oil do I use for a 4 cycle weed eater?

The four-cycle engines are more powerful than the two-cycle ones and require a different type of oil. Ryobi’s four-cycle gas trimmers use SAE 30-weight oil, which also is used for other equipment with small engines, such as some lawnmowers.

What size spark plug does a Troy-Bilt weed eater take?

Champion Spark Plugs for Troy-Bilt Equipment

Center Electrode Fine Wire Plug
Hex Size 5/8″ (16mm)
Reach 18mm (0.708″)
Seat Tapered seat
Thread Size 14mm

Can I use motor oil in my Weed Eater?

Weed Eater warns against using automotive or boat engine oil, since it is not properly formulated and can damage the engine.

Can I use 87 octane in my Weed Eater?

It is recommended to use at least 87-octane with maximum 10% ethanol. The use of high-quality oil is essential. Although your lawnmower oil can be used in a 4-cycle string trimmer, it is not recommended for a 2-cycle weed whacker.