Re: Sparkplug size help

don-ohio /
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I'd say I replace my Bosch about every 1200 miles or so.Don't have to,but Bosch supers are only 99 cents at Auto-Zone,so,why not?Keep the old one in the tool bag for a spare.I always put a little `never-seize' compound on the threads.One cold morning a while back,the Franco-Morini just didn't want to keep running when I first tried to start her.I just pulled the extra plug out of the tool bag and installed it and she fired right up and kept running.I'm thinking about trying a `Splitfire' plug because my brother says that's all he runs in his chainsaw and it makes a big difference.He cuts a lot of firewood with those Stihl saws of his so I tend to take what he says seriously.Any thoughts on `Splitfires' anyone?

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  Sparkplug size helpTopic by: Arterious Arterious 12/09/01 04:14PM
  Re: Sparkplug size helpRe: Reeperette Reeperette 12/09/01 09:38PM
  Re: Sparkplug size helpRe: Arterious Arterious 12/09/01 10:02PM
  Re: Sparkplug size helpRe: RogNC RogNC 12/10/01 05:54AM
  Re: Sparkplug size helpRe: don-ohio don-ohio 12/10/01 06:11AM
  Re: Sparkplug size helpRe: miguel miguel 12/10/01 02:08PM
  Splitfire.Re: Reeperette Reeperette 12/10/01 06:02PM
  Re: Splitfire.Thanks,Ree!Re: don-ohio don-ohio 12/12/01 02:09PM
  Re: Splitfire.Thanks,Ree!Re: miguel miguel 12/12/01 02:44PM
  Re: Splitfire.Thanks,Ree!Re: don-ohio don-ohio 12/14/01 11:38AM

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