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Cushman model C Correct Spark plug?


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Default Cushman model C Correct Spark plug?

Hi everyone. I got an old model C 4Hp cushman engine. Could someone please tell me the correct type of spark plug and the part number? thanks
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Default Re: Cushman model C Correct Spark plug??

I own two Cushman Binder 4hp engines. Both have AutoLite spark plugs - the numbers are F11 on one engine and 3095 on the other.

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I forgot to add that I'm not sure that these spark plugs are the correct types, but the engines seem to run well with them. Hit and Miss enterprises has them for sale for $5.50 item number HM02.
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f-8 or f-10 champion, should work used on many old small engines,f-11 seams alittle hot unless burning a lot of oil, check for clearance to piston first..
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f-8 or f-10 champion, should work used on many old small engines,f-11 seams alittle hot unless burning a lot of oil, check for clearance to piston first..
The Cushman C ("binder") engine uses a plug with ˝" pipe thread. The F-series Champion plugs, I believe, are 18mm and will not fit.
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