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I'll take the whole no answer thing as a NO. Saves me a few hours! I thought I might have to change them in the dark and cold. Thank goodness you guys think they will last a few more miles. Think they'll make ANOTHER 156,000?
 

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Just re-gap them and go.......lol

Man that truck is going to run a lot better when you put the new ones in.
 

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other than the electrode burned off,they actually look very healthy and clean.I would purchase the same plugs your taking out,as it seems they agree with your engine.
 

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HAHA, finally. A response.

I replaced em with NGKs, had already bought them. Hopefully I'll get a little better mileage now. I'm honestly thinking those Champions may have been stock, 156K ago. LOL.
 

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Wouldn't surprise me...way to many people out there don't care about their vehicle. If it starts, it's fine.
 

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WIth the electrode gap so big I wonder how it ever started. Maybe it's because the CoilOnPlug ignition puts out tons of juice, and it'll jump any size gap?
 

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WIth the electrode gap so big I wonder how it ever started. Maybe it's because the CoilOnPlug ignition puts out tons of juice, and it'll jump any size gap?
Yeah they were all about 0.080+. That's twice the original.
 
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