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11-03-2019 17:51:50

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What type of champion plugs do most of ya use in ford 3cyl gas?

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11-10-2019 07:16:37

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to dhays, 11-03-2019 17:51:50  
Never tried them in our 3 cylinder gas as we quite buying Champions back in the 1970? because of bad plugs. Spring getting ready for field work put in new champions and always had to run one range hotter than book called for. This was 2 tractors of same make that were running good when decided to do tune up for spring field work. The new champions in both tractor come noon were bissing bad, cleaned them and back for afternoon, before supper were missing badly, cleaned and went out after supper, same thing. next day repeat but with still 1 range hotter, same thing, repeat next day same thing with hottest plug champion made. Next day went to TSC and bought their own brand at that time, did not touch the pluds in either tractor for at least 3 years. Last champions ever bought. Used Autolite ever since TSC stoped their own brand in different brands of tractors in make or model. This was before I found out that my future father-in-law had been the newspaper person for the owner of Champion plugs.

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Larry NCKS

11-05-2019 08:34:43

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to dhays, 11-03-2019 17:51:50  
Do not use Champion plugs in a ford engine! That'll cause you nothing but grief. Use Autolite or NGK for best results.

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John P.

11-05-2019 15:05:47

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to Larry NCKS, 11-05-2019 08:34:43  
Exactly why I only run Autolites in mine!

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11-04-2019 17:12:20

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to dhays, 11-03-2019 17:51:50  
Thanks I will check it out..........

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John P.

11-04-2019 15:02:41

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to dhays, 11-03-2019 17:51:50  
Autolite 405

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John P.

11-04-2019 15:21:08

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 Re: spark plugs in reply to John P., 11-04-2019 15:02:41  
Champion 120

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