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SPARKPLUG

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DWCYour Handle

08-09-2012 09:09:36
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GOT A WD45 THATS USING OIL AND NEEDS REBUILDING THIS WINTER.RUNS GREAT, LOTS OF POWER BUT FOULS PLUGS ONCE IN A WHILE. HAS CJ8 IN IT AND HAVE TRIED 12YC. ANY IDEAS ON WHAT BRAND AND HOW HOT A PLUG I CAN GO. I JUST GO TO TRACTOR PULLS ONLY. DWC




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Leon RCMo

08-09-2012 20:29:31
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 Re: SPARKPLUG in reply to DWCYour Handle, 08-09-2012 09:09:36  
Use chain saw spark plugs. If you are using oil
they will not cause a problem. Works like a charm.



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bg/mo

08-09-2012 12:59:06
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 Re: SPARKPLUG in reply to DWCYour Handle, 08-09-2012 09:09:36  
cj 8"s are too short on reach are they not? seems to me 45"s take a longer reach plug



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OhioWD45

08-09-2012 12:09:17
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 Re: SPARKPLUG in reply to DWCYour Handle, 08-09-2012 09:09:36  
Autolite 295's will do the trick.



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orionsrx

08-09-2012 09:47:23
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 Re: SPARKPLUG in reply to DWCYour Handle, 08-09-2012 09:09:36  
I use Autolite 295 in my WD 45, them work pretty good, no trouble



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old

08-09-2012 09:16:38
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 Re: SPARKPLUG in reply to DWCYour Handle, 08-09-2012 09:09:36  
Switch over to an auto lite plug. I do not remember the number but one that crosses to the 12 champ or maybe one grade hotter. For some reason the auto lite plugs seem to handle this new crap gas we have now days better then the champs do



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DWCYour Handle

08-09-2012 09:59:34
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 Re: SPARKPLUG in reply to old, 08-09-2012 09:16:38  
ITS GETTING BY THE OIL CONSUMPTION SHORTING OUT THE ELECTRODE, CLEAN IT OUT BETWEEN CLASSES AND KEEP PULLING.



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old

08-09-2012 14:02:27
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 Re: SPARKPLUG in reply to DWCYour Handle, 08-09-2012 09:59:34  
#1 lose the cap lock people do not like to be yelled at please. Either way it being oil or gas the auto lite plugs will work better then the champs do not know why but do know they do not foul out as easy as the champs do



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