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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by UseYourBlinker, Apr 13, 2007.
I love my baby..
That's almost as bad as plugs for the Vortec... Or is it? I don't love mine, but factory required I put in the expensive plugs...
I'll believe it when I see it run...
I would get stuck on that pot hole by the gate.
Bring the dodge dood and the tamper.I'll keep ya busy all weekend filling it... It only takes about a yard of 3/4 minus to fill it....
You betta act on that cover being off the truck..
I got the tamper also..
JLMK. Aight off to drink...err bed.
Last time I put plugs in my 97, they were almost 8 bucks a pop.
Before I say "you got ****ed", what vehicle are you talking about here?
His '59 ?
Years ago I bought a set for Mazda rotary engine and they were about that price.
Spark plugs are for pansies.
Mitsu plugs start about about $10 a pop if I remember right. Priced some for a Honda I had come through with a misfire, they were somewhere between $20-30 a pop, and it was a V6.
You dont have to put those platinum plugs in the Vortec rigs....
I like it!
Platinum plugs every 100k miles, or regular ones every 15-30k... cost evens out eventually.
Yeah plugs for my 59 for a set of aftermarket heads.
Yea, I put new plugs in my truck at about 100k, and now that I'm getting close to 200k, I'm considering a tune up in the next few months.
guy i worked with had one 50 bucks for 2!!!
I paid about $60 for plugs in my 740. They were the Bosch platinum +4 plugs. I could've gotten away with Duralast plugs for $14 (for all 8) but I guess advertising hype won out. Don't particularly feel any different with em.
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