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Old 05-13-2005, 11:45 PM   #11
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Did your Taylor wires come pre-crimped or do you have to put one of the ends on along with the boot?
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I noticed at IDDVI that practically every car there had MSD wire.
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Old 05-14-2005, 12:58 AM   #13
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Just put my new Taylors on this evening.....
I didn't know so many people had problems with them..... I hope I don't...... but I'll let you know.
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i got taylors...
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RanTaylor'* for about a year, had some issues, switched to Napa Beldins and never had a problem since.
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So what exactly do you guys who had the problems actually experience with the taylors? What kind of problems???
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I had terminal issues... 2 of the rear wires were screwed up.... I didn't even bother to check the Ohms of the wires... I had a dead on miss... I bought a set of Autolite Professional Series wires and never looked back.... I was so pissed I threw the Taylors right out for the garbage man to pick up in the morning...

I reccomend the Napa or Autolite wires..

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I had terminal issues... 2 of the rear wires were screwed up.... I didn't even bother to check the Ohms of the wires... I had a dead on miss... I bought a set of Autolite Professional Series wires and never looked back.... I was so pissed I threw the Taylors right out for the garbage man to pick up in the morning...

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