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Deranged

04-24-2008 04:36:39




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I am going to swap out my champion plugs for my D14, everyone says to go with either AC Delco or Autolites. I can't get the autolites locally and when I do find them they are really expensive. I have been told the AC Delco R45's are the ones to use. When I went to go check them at the store there was no straight R45's they had R45TS, R45TSX and a different one maybe R45TSX-L? Anyways which one should I use? Thanks

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Deranged

04-25-2008 15:37:44




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 Re: Spark plugs in reply to Deranged, 04-24-2008 04:36:39  
Around here at the parts stores and napa the Autolites are about $6-$7 each and that's if they are available at the warehouse. A lot of places don't carry them anymore around here.



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john(MI)

04-25-2008 07:54:36




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 Re: Spark plugs in reply to Deranged, 04-24-2008 04:36:39  
I just bought a set of autolite 295 for my D14, they were $6.00 for 4, which I didn't think was too bad. How much do you pay for plugs?

You have to go to a real auto parts store, and have them order them for you.



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jd plowboy

04-24-2008 14:54:59




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 Re: Spark plugs in reply to Deranged, 04-24-2008 04:36:39  
i run ac R45 plugs in my wd45 puller and i got them from carquest and advance auto. they did not stock them but they got them overnight. that is the best running plug i found. i dont like the autolites. i run ac in my moline also.



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Kentb of SWMO

04-24-2008 06:55:29




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 Re: Spark plugs in reply to Deranged, 04-24-2008 04:36:39  
The R45TS is a TAPPERED SEAT EXTENDED TIP plug. The R45TSX is the same plug but made for a wider(.060") gap. I do not know what the -L is but your engine DOES NOT use tappered seat plugs. If it were mine I would use R-19LM Champion (OMG) plugs. I have NOT problems with them in small engines and they are the same heat range as the old AC 45's and the J-8 (OMG) Champions. To the Champion haters out there, I would like to see a head to head compairison of PTO dyno HP of Champion and other plugs gapped at the same gaps. I dought you would see ANY differance. Kent

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