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Re: Sparkplugs

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03-03-2013 19:42:27

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Why not order plugs from this site and have them shipped to your door. Probably cheaper than driving to town!

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03-04-2013 01:13:33

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 Re: Sparkplugs in reply to Sparkie, 03-03-2013 19:42:27  
Not for me..$9.00 to ship 4 spark plugs is way too much,

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03-16-2013 03:23:40

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 Re: Sparkplugs in reply to TOM N MS, 03-04-2013 01:13:33  
It will cost me 8.00 in gas and 1 hour of time to drive to a napa store.I make a list of things I need.Wife and I go once a month to shop ,thats it.Using H10 plugs in a Ford tractor will give you plenty of trouble.Unleaded gas needs a hotter plug.TSC stores stock the 437 autolite plugs in packs of 4.I used to order tractor parts on Ebay but quit because of Paypal.

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03-16-2013 05:40:20

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 Re: Sparkplugs in reply to 36 coupe, 03-16-2013 03:23:40  
I use 437s-buy em at Advance in the one horse town where I work. No extra gas, no $9 shipping..So what is wrong with Paypal? I like it.

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03-17-2013 16:09:14

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 Re: Sparkplugs in reply to TOM N MS, 03-16-2013 05:40:20  
I made about 130 buys on Ebay before pay pal, 2 buys after it.I used personal checks,postal MO and cash for small buys.Bought tractor parts,radio psrts and truck parts.Bought welding items, empty shotshells, ammo loading tools.It was an easy way to get items in winter since I am 20 miles from suppliers.I do not use credit cards because they have caused much trouble for people.If Ebay stops forcing sellers to use paypal I will buy again.

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03-17-2013 16:22:24

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 Re: Sparkplugs in reply to 36 coupe, 03-17-2013 16:09:14  
We all have preferences.. I like the convenience of Paypal--no trip to the post office or bank-no charge for money orders, no waiting for checks to clear the bank..So far, I have had no problem. For me it is each his own..Thanks and have a great day.

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