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Spark Plug Info Needed

Postby Brandon Webb » Tue Mar 15, 2016 8:33 pm

Need to change the plugs on my hand crank only magneto 50 cub. Need some thing hot. Fowled them while it was cold learning how not to start it. :shock:

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Re: Spark Plug Info Needed

Postby Gary Orr » Tue Mar 15, 2016 9:12 pm

I have had good luck with Champion D-21

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Re: Spark Plug Info Needed

Postby stalkcutter » Tue Mar 15, 2016 10:07 pm

Some Spark Plug Choices:

Champion D-21 ( hotter) (gap .023) for light use
Champion D-16 (cooler) (gap .023) for heavy use
AC Delco C86 for heavy use
AC Delco C88 for light use
Autolite Plugs NAPA Part Number ASP 3076
Autolite 3116 (non resister plugs)
Autolite 386 (Medium Hot) (gap .023) for heavy use
Autolite 376 for light use

I use the Autolite 3116 non resister plugs with good results.

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