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Randy Hale

04-19-2003 12:32:15

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I have an early 1950's Allis ..... I expect it could use new spark plugs. Are plugs diffucult to find? Also, I am not sure what plugs to purchase. Thanks so much for yer help.

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04-24-2003 09:30:57

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to Randy Hale, 04-19-2003 12:32:15  

AC delco 45's work good too if you can find them.
I have had them quit when they are still almost new. Worked fine one day. The next day my D14 started and ran on only 2 cylinders. Two Champions had died overnight. They were put in at Christmas and this was in the spring. Tractor had only been run a few times.

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04-19-2003 22:00:29

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to Randy Hale, 04-19-2003 12:32:15  
If yours is a B or C and have a magneto, you need wire core plug wires (actual metalic wire inside) and the Autolite plug called for is the AC-45. The AC-45 is not made any longer but has been replaced with the Autolite #295. It's a non resistor plug.

If you use resistor plugs and/or resistor wire set, you will crank your arm off trying to get it to fire.

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Steve in N.J.

04-19-2003 19:36:32

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to Randy Hale, 04-19-2003 12:32:15  
Randy, Autolite spark plugs seem to be the choice of most AC owners. They work great, and have long service. We carry them in stock depending on whether your machine is magneto fired or distributor. Drop us a line if interested....
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits

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Miss Grundy

04-19-2003 18:52:27

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to Randy Hale, 04-19-2003 12:32:15  
The spark plugs are not really difficult to find. They should be located on right side of the engine near the top with cable attached to the top of each one.

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