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Re: Good spark plugs for WD45

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01-27-2013 18:26:24

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I have had them out a few times doing what I call a poor mans tune up. I clean then regap them and put them in a different cylinder and go with it. It has had a hay rake on it for the last 2 or 3 years. Walked by it just the other day and turn the gas on and it started right up and it has been sitting in the filed since May when I did the hay this year

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01-28-2013 17:19:13

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 Re: Good spark plugs for WD45 in reply to old, 01-27-2013 18:26:24  
Ya , I'm always afraid of getting dirt in the cylinders , so I blow air to clean the head before removing the plugs . Your right Old , my wd45 also sits for months and fires right up -- a little choke and away she goes . I just have a straight pipe and I love the bark from that crater engine.

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01-27-2013 19:05:32

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 Re: Good spark plugs for WD45 in reply to old, 01-27-2013 18:26:24  
Using Champions in my old 390 Ford taught me to always use "Never-Seize" on each and every one..!!! Had the same experiences with them in a JD..

About twisted some off, getting them out..

Really thought I would at least bend the 1/2" breaker-bar..


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01-27-2013 20:51:00

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 Re: Good spark plugs for WD45 in reply to BushogPapa, 01-27-2013 19:05:32  
Never had much problem with plugs sticking in the head but them I do not over tighten them. Shoot some times I have the opposite problem and forget to tighten them enough and have them blow out and when that happens they can be hard to find LOL

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01-28-2013 14:14:40

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 Re: Good spark plugs for WD45 in reply to old, 01-27-2013 20:51:00  
Something like that might give ya a heat attack..!!! I do have a habit of getting things "MAN_Tight"...don't usually have bolts come loose either, but those Champs sometimes seem to seize in the threads and really can be severely hard to wrench out..ALL the way out..they Squeak and Squal all the way, each time you force them to move and you'd bet there were not going to be any threads when you get it out...

Like I said..I USE "Never-Seize" religiously on sparkplugs..!!!


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01-28-2013 14:38:27

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 Re: Good spark plugs for WD45 in reply to BushogPapa, 01-28-2013 14:14:40  
Learned many years ago to tight is as bad if not worse then not tight enough.

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