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Old 12-03-2006, 11:10 AM   #11
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I bought the plugs through a firestone dealer here and put it on my firestone card. Well they went through napa to get the plugs and then sold then out to me because i didnt have the cash for them at the time to buy out of pocket (thought i was taking the PA to Tunica and i didnt)

Looks like i'll go to autozone and get some autolites or something....i didnt say any ngks listed on their website in stock. I'll take the NGKS back and get my money back
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Since you're still stock,you could go with either the AC DELCO 41601'* or the AUTOLITE 606'* . Both of these are a copper core plug.
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Got er' did!

Pretty easy job.....probally easier than that mustang i had. Anyway, much better. Starts faster, idles smoother, more power, and just overall better. I keep the old ones and I will have pictures up later of them. They all wore evenly but a fair amount white residue from what I can tell so that indicates a lean condition right? Oh and they were.......drumroll........

BOSCH PLATINUMS

anywho


Edit: Oh and I ended up get some tr55'* gapped at 60 to go back in
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