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Aspen. Vs. Stihl motomix

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After scoring the pistons on 2 saws

(Stihl workshop training rep reckons it was down to poor 2 stroke oil)

We're switching to pre-mixed fuel. I can get discounted motomix locally

But will have to travel to get Aspen.

Is there much difference between the two products?

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After scoring the pistons on 2 saws

(Stihl workshop training rep reckons it was down to poor 2 stroke oil)

We're switching to pre-mixed fuel. I can get discounted motomix locally

But will have to travel to get Aspen.

Is there much difference between the two products?

 

HI MATE what oil have you been using then thanks jon :thumbup:

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Hi Jon, it varies which is why we want to play safe with pre mixed.

I think we must have used some of that crap red stuff from Wilkos.

 

The guy from Stihl came to train our lads this week on maintenance and repairs. He was a real gentleman.

Very helpful. He recommended that we switch to pre-mix.

Timon

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Hi Jon, it varies which is why we want to play safe with pre mixed.

I think we must have used some of that crap red stuff from Wilkos.

 

The guy from Stihl came to train our lads this week on maintenance and repairs. He was a real gentleman.

Very helpful. He recommended that we switch to pre-mix.

Timon

 

HI TIMON we now use green stihl stuff and we are using aspen now to thanks timon jon :thumbup:

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We learned a lot from the Stihl guy,

 

When our landscapers brought a strimmer to him he plugged a device into the ignition and bluetoothed to a laptop. Then he told them how many hours it had done, how many successful starts and that the strimmer was running a bit lean.

 

Pre- mix aspen or motomix is definitely the way forward .

Timon

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In a nutshell, no, there is no major difference, but aspen is more refined and higher quality

 

 

Thanks....

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