Good Call I posted the part number above NGK PFR60
Heat kills!Thanks for the info, why do the plugs for this engine have such a short milage range. The plugs in my eldo (northstar) are good for 100k.
I'm 100% with you on this one, maybe it's a combination of usually driving older cars and having spent too much time in the rustbelt. Salt would always make it's way into everything even if you didn't drive it at all.I feel the same way; back in my vw air cooled days with those heads, it was not uncommon for the plugs to gall, seize and ruin the delicate threads. While, it now seems to be not recommended on these modern plugs; I just put a tiny little bit on the threads. I definitely; don't want problems getting my plugs out but maybe my fears are unfounded, with the modern "Trivalent plating" on the threads? I'm afraid; my fear of stuck plugs, is outweighing my faith in NGK claims!? Maybe, I am stuck in the stone age? I suppose; one could compensate on their torque wrench; 20% if you were really paranoid, of stripping out the threads?
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