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Re: Burnt ceramic on spark plugs
« Reply #90 on: Jan 08, 2019, 03:05:12 PM »
You dudes are funny. I dig the fact that of the only two currently active posts in this forum, one is a 19 year old with some fairly stout mechanical aptitude, problem solving skills, and money saving/spending logic and the other is a bunch of grown ass men bickering over spark plugs, misfires, and who’s got the bigger torque wrench. I thought I had little faith in the younger generation. Anyways, good game, got me to register and post.

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