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Username Post: A education on Spark Plugs
Posts: 249
Age: 47
Loc: Near Cincinnati, OH
Reg: 12-01-11
02-20-12 09:49 AM - Post#2192934    
    In response to MikeB

Another thing...

I have always had good luck with AC Delco in GM vehicles.

As a young fella I was told the rule of thumb was that Champions work best in Chryslers/Dodge, Motorcraft in Fords, AC Delco in GMs....

Any REAL truth to that?

What about all these other brands out there? I realize a lot of them are junk, with BS claims to fame, but what about some of the others?

NGK? (I aways ran those in dirtbikes with good performance)

what is the best brand for GMs? I'm sure there are going to be different opinions, but I'd like to see what the general consensus is?

Unlike many others out there in the world, I try to keep an open mind... A closed mind fosters ignorance and intolerance...

Words are a lot like toothpaste... Once its out of the tube,
there's no getting it back in...

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