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Old 04-09-2009, 10:43 PM   #11
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So your saying the basic resistor autolites on this page for $1.79 Part 605 or the ac delco that are $1.99 are a better plug than the Bosch? If so ill return these and get some tomorrow at advance.

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I run the basic copper plug, nothing fancy. Very happy with the autolites.
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I run Autolites and I'm happy with them as well. they perform well and are cheap! Don't fall for the hype on the benefits of exotic metals in spark plugs or fancy discharge rings/tips. Good solid copper cores work great on these cars.
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