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I used to buy Shaffer oil the salesman would come to the shop and do the same demo , except he would just stand on the lever. Shaffer oil good stuff.
 

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Even if I was that way, I wouldn't be seen with some old fat trap shooter. Probably more likely a Sporting clays or Skeet shooter. They're better groomed.
 

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Akin to the old snake oil sales pitches.

At best, these infomercial oil additives do no harm. At best.

Change your oil with synthetic oil once a year, and don't waste your money on these additives.
 

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synthetic's are the way to go! I've been using them since the early eightie's
oil and grease's

anyone notice more oil going over bearing when bi-tron was in the pan?

I've got a chain saw that is almost 30 years old and still running strong, it's only had syn. oil mix through it. 3 years falling timber, the rest is firewood cutting. Oh ya, they don't make the model any more, Sthl 076. Bought it in 1981 because I couldn't get my hands on a 090!

Amsoil is the only one I know still making 2 cycle, 100 to 1 syn oil. There were 3 back in the 80's.
 
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