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What spark plugs in an Allis WD?

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Will Herring

01-13-2021 13:14:29




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Figuring it is a good time to acquire some parts for a tune up, and curious what spark plugs people are buying these days for their WDs.

Also, who do you guys go to for good quality new plug wires, distributor caps, points/condensors, etc. these days.




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Jhncp

01-14-2021 16:23:17




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 Re: What spark plugs in an Allis WD? in reply to Will Herring, 01-13-2021 13:14:29  
AC Delco



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old

01-14-2021 16:35:42




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 Re: What spark plugs in an Allis WD? in reply to Jhncp, 01-14-2021 16:23:17  
AC Delco will not last one day in my WD45 before there fouled out but the NGK have been in it for a couple of years and still going



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Jhncp

01-15-2021 06:26:25




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 Re: What spark plugs in an Allis WD? in reply to old, 01-14-2021 16:35:42  
I believe it was AC Delco R43S I put in a CA that had a oil problem on one cylinder and it wouldn't foul, just burned the oil with it.



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Will Herring

01-14-2021 11:44:08




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 Re: What spark plugs in an Allis WD? in reply to Will Herring, 01-13-2021 13:14:29  
Thanks Bob & old. Appreciate the feedback!



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old

01-14-2021 12:08:31




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 Re: What spark plugs in an Allis WD? in reply to Will Herring, 01-14-2021 11:44:08  
My WD45 would foul out the plugs till I put in the NGK plugs and it has not fouled them yet an that was a couple years ago



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old

01-13-2021 15:20:29




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 Re: What spark plugs in an Allis WD? in reply to Will Herring, 01-13-2021 13:14:29  
I'm pretty sure it takes the same plug as the WD45 and I use NGK3112 plugs in my WD45



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Bob Bancroft

01-13-2021 14:15:45




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 Re: What spark plugs in an Allis WD? in reply to Will Herring, 01-13-2021 13:14:29  
Maybe unlike yours, my gas tractors don't ever work hard. I put in the hottest plugs I can find.



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Will Herring

01-13-2021 13:16:34




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 Re: What spark plugs in an Allis WD? in reply to Will Herring, 01-13-2021 13:14:29  
Oh scratch that question, I see the parts are all available here under electrical (I was looking under engine, whoops).



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