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hawk from decatur

08-13-2013 16:59:55




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any advice on a good plug for 70 ford 4000 3 cyl. gas autolite? bosch? etc thx




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maxwell99

08-13-2013 21:17:26




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 Re: spark plugs in reply to hawk from decatur, 08-13-2013 16:59:55  
I use autolite, but remember plugs come in different heat ranges.

so you are going to have to determine your proper heat range to get the correct autolite plug.



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Hiddepines

08-13-2013 20:22:53




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 Re: spark plugs in reply to hawk from decatur, 08-13-2013 16:59:55  
Autolite or Motorcraft. I never use anything but an OE plug and autolite is more or less OE.



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36 coupe

08-14-2013 03:56:00




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 Re: spark plugs in reply to Hiddepines, 08-13-2013 20:22:53  
The heat range should be increased one step because of unleaded gas fouling plugs.



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