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For the record, I haven't had any problems running Bosch premium wires (7.5mm). They have a lifetime warranty and I replace them for free every year. Thru AZone.My Parts America carries the access professional series, but not the specific set for the 3800.
How the heck do you get new wires every year? We have to get an Auto Zone in Canada.
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For the record, I haven't had any problems running Bosch premium wires (7.5mm). They have a lifetime warranty and I replace them for free every year. Thru AZone.My Parts America carries the access professional series, but not the specific set for the 3800.
How the heck do you get new wires every year? We have to get an Auto Zone in Canada.
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since they are bosch I doubt you have to lie
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For the record, I haven't had any problems running Bosch premium wires (7.5mm). They have a lifetime warranty and I replace them for free every year. Thru AZone.My Parts America carries the access professional series, but not the specific set for the 3800.
How the heck do you get new wires every year? We have to get an Auto Zone in Canada.
Lie and say there bad
since they are bosch I doubt you have to lie


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