Gentlemen, I'm having problems with my 1954 Super A Tractor fouling the plugs after about 15 hrs. of use. The plug I am using is an AC Delco C87. Is it not hot enough? I have just eliminated everything electrical by changing the points condensor, plug wires, Distributor cap and coil. She is still fouling up the plugs. Also I have been told that she may be running very rich as she smokes whenever the engine is reved up. Would an autolite 386 plug work?
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