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Re: spark plug readers....

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Goldsburg

08-30-2013 07:30:25
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You have obviously never had an ACTUAL Champion plug problem. When the (Champion) D21 plugs go dead under load during the first pull, you come off the track, replace with Autolites trackside, and pull the next 4 years without an issue... that is a Champion plug problem.

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LAWNPULLER

08-31-2013 17:56:13
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 Re: spark plug readers.... in reply to Goldsburg, 08-30-2013 07:30:25  
goldsburg i lost your phone# can you send it to me or put it on here thanks



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Goldsburg

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 Re: spark plug readers.... in reply to LAWNPULLER, 08-31-2013 17:56:13  
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Bouncer

08-30-2013 13:02:05
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 Re: spark plug readers.... in reply to Goldsburg, 08-30-2013 07:30:25  
Maybe that's part of my problem of never having but one plug problem in all my years. I only run Autolites in everything I own. If I buy something that has Champions in it, even if they are brand new the first thing I do is replace them and throw the Champions in the trash can. I don't even keep them around for a test plug. My dad, uncle, and cousins said they have lost a lot of money over the years due to Champion plugs going bad on them at the strip and on the track back before they wised up and switched to A/C and Autolites.

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