17 Lariat SCLB Max Tow 4x4
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Anyone tried these plugs? Always had good luck with NGK so I’m tempted to try ‘em.
I'll admit much of my thinking dates back to 1960's but back then with the copper core plugs re-gapping was largely a waste of time. Often resulting in short use after putting them back as the gaps quickly grew to be worse. Figured they took a heat set and after warming up to full temperature they went back to excessive gaps. Always replaced them if expecting to put mileage on, plugs even today are not that costly. KMI have them in my 16. They have performed flawlessly so far. I need to pull them and check the gap for wear but I am stock and put them in at 28 thousandths so it will be interesting to see what they’re at when I pull them.
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Many of us were in our teens when the transmission was invented…. 👴I am waiting on someone to chime in with "I rebuilt my first transmission when I was 9" haha
in that case I just want to say how proud I am of you for learning how to use the internet! ....im sorry i couldn't resistMany of us were in our teens when the transmission was invented…. 👴
Helping pull engines at 14 on the farm, funniest was when they didn’t get the timing right and the old International back fired through the carb. Burnt cousins brother in laws eyebrows clear off.I am waiting on someone to chime in with "I rebuilt my first transmission when I was 9" haha