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Old 04-23-2005, 06:18 PM   #1
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OK so my good parts guys arent on this weekend and I want to finish my Bonne tonight, but im taking out the old platinum plugs and putting in TR6 NGKs....the moron parts guy is saying they wont even work in my 95 SSEi.....I know hes wrong because like 500 members here use that same plug in there SER1 L67s....I need the PN so I can call him give him that and say "I need 6, because its not a Harley you moron"
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You can't just ask for 6 TR6 plugs? I'm not aware of a part number other than TR6.
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OK so my good parts guys arent on this weekend and I want to finish my Bonne tonight, but im taking out the old platinum plugs and putting in TR6 NGKs....the moron parts guy is saying they wont even work in my 95 SSEi.....I know hes wrong because like 500 members here use that same plug in there SER1 L67s....I need the PN so I can call him give him that and say "I need 6, because its not a Harley you moron"
PN is TR6, pretty easy to remember.
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well this guys an idiot, and says the only NGK available for the Bonne is a TR55
When I got the plugs for the Regal all I told them was I wanted TR6s and they said "sure come pick um up" But these weekend guys need they hands held....im really looking for an NGK PN
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Just tell him those are the plugs you want. If he argues tell him you'll go somewhere else.
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That is the part number. Try looking it up on Autozone.com or something. Maybe you'll dig something up.

Sidenote: I've tried TR6'*. They fouled fairly quickly. The TR55'* I replaced them with are still going strong.
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That is the part number. Try looking it up on Autozone.com or something. Maybe you'll dig something up.

Sidenote: I've tried TR6'*. They fouled fairly quickly. The TR55'* I replaced them with are still going strong.
What did you have them gapped at?.......BTW have you installed yer rockers yet?
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.055 gap

No rockers yet. The 93 heads are still on the 93. They are coming off soon, however...
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.055 gap

No rockers yet. The 93 heads are still on the 93. They are coming off soon, however...
jeez hurry up man, we cant let DrJay STAY the only running SER1 with rockers can we?........BTW gimme another week and mine will be runnin, just gotta find that missing SC bolt the retorque the rockers with the valves closed oil up the SC and throw it all back together...I sure hope the 6 month old gas starts it LOL.......(only had 1/4 tank in it when I stored it)
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TR6 is correct. Just print this and show it to them. They should be gapped at .045" to .050", and if you cam, you don't need them any more, fall back on the TR55.
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