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Spark plug problems?

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Spark plug problems?

Postby safetymatch » Mon Oct 22, 2018 9:52 pm

After having replied to a topic on the OC forum re: spark plug problems, it has reminded me that i have a 14mm spark plug insert tool that only gets used a couple of times a year.....so if you have a stripped spark plug hole or even a siezed plug that your frightened to remove, worry not if your local (Wiganish) i have the the tool at your disposal.
Just replace the insert you use.
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