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2cyl Spark Plugs

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Cluck Cluck

08-30-2014 06:04:21
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Hey everyone,
I have a G John Deere and I have been pondering new spark plugs for it and wanted some input on what you think. Aside from the normal Autolite 3116s I have been running Champion RZF10s that have been turned down and threaded to stick out in the cylinder. The Champions are 18mm and are a resistor plug, so I want to find a non resistor Autolite (like a 824.) I have had good luck with them, but I wanted to know if anyone out there has tried something similar and had any luck with it.

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Kelly N

08-30-2014 07:03:36
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 Re: 2cyl Spark Plugs in reply to Cluck Cluck, 08-30-2014 06:04:21  
I found that Ford used a long reach plug in their older inline 6 that I used in my JD A when I put the high compression pistons in it so they would be into the cylinder. I cant remember what number they were but I"m sure that if you go to ORileys, they will let you see some of them. Try some back in the 70s



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