I have used both W-18 and 3076's and 3077's. All have served me well. The W-18's are a bit beefier from the total plug size, but that is just a handling and appearance thing. Because of the recessed plug openings, I find it easier to start the Champions in the holes by hand. If you use a rubber booted socket, doesn't matter.
many on here find their plug choice to be a religious experience, and may God bless them. Myself, I like both the Champions and Autolites. both brands have served me well, and I tend to keep both brands on the shelf, as I buy them when I get good pricing for them off eBay.
This post was edited by Tom Fleming at 09:55:34 02/19/12.
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