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01-01-2013 17:13:33

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Thank you for the effort!
Time to find the print button...

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Jason S.

01-01-2013 22:13:37

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 Re: Tune up part numbers in reply to Bruce(OR), 01-01-2013 17:13:33  
I should have added that the Borg Warner stuff is available at Oreilly Auto Parts. For the Blue Streak stuff, luckily here we have a mom and pop auto parts store that stocks that stuff. He even stocks 0 gauge battery cables! I made this list so people might be able to find quality parts at a place close to them. The points that TSC and places sell are Tisco and they are garbage. I have a rule of thumb. If you buy points and don"t see no copper, don"t use them. I think a lot of times people blame the spark plugs for misfires, but they never think about the cheap points and condensor they installed, or the distributor cap with aluminum contacts instead of brass. It does make a difference.

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Jason S.

01-02-2013 10:38:57

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 Re: Tune up part numbers in reply to Jason S., 01-01-2013 22:13:37  
I"ll add a few more things. Spark plugs should be a non resistor plug. If you are not working the tractor continuously or putting it under hard loads then you may want to move up to a hotter spark plug but stay with non resistor plugs.

Champion recommended originally from what I have looked up a D16 spark plug. Most of their catalogs now recommend a D18 as the standard spark plug. If you run it with light loads or if you have an oil burner you may want to go a D21 Champion which is hotter than the D18.

Autolite plug is a 3116. Some will say a 386 is recommended but it is a resistor plug. Autolite doesn"t have many choices for a non resistor plug. At one time they made a 3118 which is hotter than the 3116 but in my latest search I did not find those anymore.

AC Delco offers a C85S which is non resistor but the C88L is resistor.

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