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confederate general 68

02-25-2017 12:02:56

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Could some of you members here please tell me what brand and number spark plugs would have been used in a new 1952 b allice Chalmers from the factory ?

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02-25-2017 20:54:45

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 Re: b model in reply to confederate general 68, 02-25-2017 12:02:56  

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Jerry Coulter

02-25-2017 14:36:34

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 Re: b model in reply to confederate general 68, 02-25-2017 12:02:56  
New Allis Chalmers tractors came into dad's dealership with a mine run of AC, AutoLite or Champion plugs. When one came with AutoLite, we usually replaced them with AC to make them run right!

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confederate general 68

02-25-2017 15:20:30

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 Re: b model in reply to Jerry Coulter, 02-25-2017 14:36:34  
Thank you Jerry, I am an ac man myself !!

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