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Old 03-04-2007, 01:36 AM   #1
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I was just wondering what type of wires and plugs (In combination) was most used on this forum just because of the fact that the plugs where relpaced at 70,000 miles and I have NO clue what my dad put in there.

Any input on Combinations or plugs and wires in general with things I should watch out for would be appreciated.
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Well as for a general BRAND. I would recommend either Napa Belden wires or Autolite Professional wires. For plugs, NGK TR55s are good quality. Not saying those exact plugs, but almost anything NGK will do yah good. And of course, stay away from Bosch
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Agreed. Belden premium wires (available at NAPA) and NGK TR-55 plugs (stock no. 3951).
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Stock Delcos. Cost a bit, but you'll get a sh!tload of miles out of them.
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