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Username Post: A education on Spark Plugs
C10 Sleeper 
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Loc: Redding Ca
Reg: 03-17-09
02-21-12 05:34 PM - Post#2193539    
    In response to technitom

I don't think I've ever tried Bosch plugs but I have used AC delco, autolite and champions in both fords and Chevy with no noticeable difference. When I was a kid riding dirtbikes I always used NGK. When I buy plugs for Chevy projects I have stuck with the delco 44 and 45 plugs for the last 8 or so years. I like to use what works for me and I haven't had any problems with any spark plugs that I didn't create on my own. Just for the fun of it I did order a set of e3 plugs so I can say they are junk and know it because I tried them not just because I am a moron that can't accept changes like some of us have been told in the past.
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