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Old 02-27-2008, 08:27:58 PM
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Question New Maytag plugs

where is the best place to buy new plugs? In my mod 82 is a autolite #3095. I would like a spare. I have a champion that will not fire. I think it is one that can be take4n apart. But am not shure.
I have a mod 72 on the way so i will need some plugs I am shure
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Default Re: New plugs

you can buy the 3095 from napa, but you have to buy a box of 10
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Old 02-27-2008, 10:18:57 PM
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I buy them from o'rielly auto parts. any number you want.
they may not be in "jorga", but try another auto store.
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Default Re: New Maytag plugs

Make sure the new plugs you get for your 72 are Non-Resistor, modern resistor plugs will accelerate the degradation of an already weak magneto. Champion J19LM plugs work pretty good. I usually look on evil-bay for vintage plugs, J-8 champions, 14 Globes, M-7 Blue Crowns, 14-E Leonards. 14mm, 3/4" reach are what to look for, I have picked up a nice assortment and they look great when the original boxes are displayed with your engine.
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Default Re: New Maytag plugs

Oilzum,

Do you not nean 3/8 inch reach. The J-8and J-19LM are both 3/8 inch reach not 3/4 inch reach.

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