See Why Pro Angler Pete Maina is Addicted to the Outdoors

Pro angler Pete Maina is living the life most of us dream about. Watch now to see how the lifetime angler earned the name “The Muskie Guy.”



Weed Eater Won’t Start? Try This

Weed eater, string trimmer, wee wacker cutting grass.

No matter what you call it – weed eater, weed whacker, string trimmer – chances are at some point it won’t start. Here’s how to get it running again.



The Highs and Lows of AMSOIL Championship Snocross Finale Weekend

Hunter Patenaude

Happy March Madness, race fans! Before the real madness ensues (anyone else pick Virginia to go all the way?), let me tell you about the snocross madness I witnessed this weekend.



Why Top Landscapers (Like Duluth Lawn Care) Trust AMSOIL

SABER Professional

Landscape professionals provide the most demanding proving grounds for two-stoke equipment. Their string trimmers, backpack blowers, chainsaws and other equipment run continuously in hot, dirty and wet conditions. And their brutal schedules leave no time for breakdowns.



Your String Trimmer, Chainsaw and Blower Mix Ratio Made Easy

Chainsaw

Depending on two-stroke equipment age, brand and owner preferences, keeping track of two-stroke oil mix ratios can be complicated. Professional lawn and landscape companies in particular face challenges when it comes to ensuring employees are using the correct mix ratio.



Watch Scott Judnick Go Big – And Why We’re Into Snow

Scott Judnick

At AMSOIL, we like to do things big. And when it comes to the world of Snocross, Scott Judnick of Judnick Motorsports likes to do things just as big.



Beginner’s Guide to Choosing the Right Snowmobile

Arctic Cat Snowmobile

Having grown up in the country, snowmobiles were a common form of transportation. When I was little my dad would tow the toboggan behind our late ’80s (don’t even try to guess my age from that!) machine to the local bar for burgers or through the woods to our skating pond.



Why are There Different Two-Stroke Oil Mix Ratios for Chainsaw Oil

Chainsaw

Swamp mix. That’s what you call a concoction of two-stroke oil and gas that’s been slopped together with no measuring tools and no regard for engine protection. Your chainsaw or string trimmer could be running on a 50:1 mix. Could be 72:1. Could be 147:1. There’s no telling.



Chainsaw Artist Relies on AMSOIL to Preserve Equipment and Create Works of Art

Soderlund Bear 1

When you think of art, do chainsaws come to mind? More than likely the answer is no. But bringing art to life can take on many forms, many of them unconventional.



Just the Facts: The ECHO String Trimmer Technical Study

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As my friends and family will attest, I have a wide range of interests, but small-engine repair has never been a hobby of mine. Nevertheless, because I own a little property, I’ve had to own all the basic equipment necessary to maintain it, from chainsaws to lawnmowers and snowblowers to string trimmers.