Measure your premix more easily and more accurately
I’ve used these things for years. It’s way easier than trying to guess from the side of an oil bottle. Also the tapered shape makes measuring smaller amounts of oil more accurate. When ever I don’t have it with me I get wish I did. I got this one for my kids and marked it off for them with a sharpie where to fill it with oil. I wish it were a little thicker or a little more rubbery they do get broken if steppes on or run over. So you have to take care of it.
Very handy; how did I get by without this little dude? I hd to recently verify that dealer had refilled a differential the right amount; this worked perfectly for that. Wipe it clean with paper towels when you are finished with it.
-m-2018 POLARIS RANGER RZR XP 4 1000 RIDE COMMAND Edit.--
Take the guessing out of mixing. It’s confusing enough trying to understand mix ratios; and getting enough information out of suppliers, manufacturers, etc. to settle on a correct ratio. As I understand it though, use the oil manufacturers suggested ratio when mixing, not the bike manufacturer as the ratio provided by the bike manufacturer is given to them by the company who promotes their oil products; i.e. Husqvarna/KTM- Motorex, Yamaha- Yamalube. Anyway, this oil ratio cup, takes the guessing and the holding the pre mix jug up to the light to try and see those ounce marks. Happy mixing friends!
I use it to measure fork oil. The large opening makes it less likely to get the old oil everywhere when draining the forks and the spout makes it easy to pour into the tubes. It also has all the units of measurement you could need.
I bought my second ratio rite cup after about 20 years or so of using the first one. Over the years it started to get discolored and look kinda old and used. Which is was. For the price of a new one its worth it to have a nice shiney new cup! Makes reading premx ratios super easy and precise.
...that meassures everything you pour into it. Has 6 different scales on it and comes with a little manual on the backside of that ration rite paper sticker. Comes in handy if you don't want to risk any trouble with your wife because you used the measuring cup from the kitchen .... again...
Worked great for getting an accurate oil measurement. Cheap and affordable. If needed I would buy another, but this will last as long as I need it. Would recommend product and also buy the tusk fork oil measuring tool for precise oil level.
Good cup for mixing gas and oil. I use it for putting ol in my quad. Has oz. on the one side so i don't have to keep checking the oil bottle for how much i use. I just fill to whatever line i need and dump it all in engine. Way easier that using the chart on oil bottles. Only thing that i wish i had noticed before buying is that it can only hold 18oz.