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Re: Burnt ceramic on spark plugs
« Reply #90 on: Jan 09, 2019, 01:12:57 PM »
Sure...just thinking maybe you could come help..
Currently back home( I am in Southern GA right now) it is -5C( 23F) snowing with freezing rain.   We should only have to stand out in the driveway for an hour..to swap the old ones back in..

Guessing with Bestgen there, it will probably be 3 hours...1 hour to R&R spark plugs and 2 hours to listen to Bestgen tell you how to use the wrench correctly...
82 Long bed, 22r with 83 celica EFI, 31s
84 Xtra cab, 22r, Chevy springs, 31s
85 4Runner, 3rz, R151F, 244:1, 37s
85 Long bed, 22re Performance Stage 2 engine, 32s
85 Short bed, 22r
89 4Runner on a 94 truck chassis, just a roller (Montana Runner)

 
 
 
 
 

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