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Dirtpusher

04-12-2014 16:32:52
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We got spark to the plugs today but the old plugs have had it. It would almost start but just wouldn't catch. What do you guys use for spark plugs in these old things? They look at me like I'm from outer space at napa when I show them the old plugs.




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sflem849

04-14-2014 11:17:36
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 Re: Super MD again in reply to Dirtpusher, 04-12-2014 16:32:52  
I would just pull it if you can. If it almost catches with the starter it will start on a chain or belt.



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Dirtpusher

04-13-2014 17:50:54
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 Re: Super MD again in reply to Dirtpusher, 04-12-2014 16:32:52  
Thanks again guys. I cleaned up the old ones and got it to almost start today. Its so close to starting but I just can't make it catch



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Janicholson

04-14-2014 11:10:18
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 Re: Super MD again in reply to Dirtpusher, 04-13-2014 17:50:54  
Set the ignition timing, and make sure the butterfly valves in the intake manifold are fully shut. If hanging open even a tiny bit it won't start. Jim



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BruceS.

04-13-2014 04:36:12
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 Re: Super MD again in reply to Dirtpusher, 04-12-2014 16:32:52  
I got new d89d champions from my local napa dealer. John Brillman also has them.



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farmaller

04-12-2014 18:17:05
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 Re: Super MD again in reply to Dirtpusher, 04-12-2014 16:32:52  
I think those plugs will work unless the tips are burnt off, I put them in blast cabinet when they get carboned up, and they always work like a charm, getting fuel is usually the problem



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Smitholm

04-12-2014 17:48:18
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 Re: Super MD again in reply to Dirtpusher, 04-12-2014 16:32:52  
Formerly Champion D89D, now Champion 543. Last I got was from NAPA who got them on next day order. Brillman also had them last I knew. Pricey either way, but they work.



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Janicholson

04-12-2014 17:29:39
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 Re: Super MD again in reply to Dirtpusher, 04-12-2014 16:32:52  
The others gave you the part number. I would heat them with a propane torch to burn off deposits and give them a second chance. That engine takes quite a bit of choke to run at first. Jim



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Bob M

04-12-2014 17:09:37
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 Re: Super MD again in reply to Dirtpusher, 04-12-2014 16:32:52  
Champion D89D. They can be difficult to find anymore but they ARE available. Google is helpful...



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AG in IN

04-12-2014 17:05:52
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 Re: Super MD again in reply to Dirtpusher, 04-12-2014 16:32:52  
I think they're D89D Champions, and they should still be available. Should be Champion part number 543.
AG
This post was edited by AG in IN at 17:07:32 04/12/14.



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