GEN 2 Spark plug change DIY by FTM

Shane361

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Thanks! About to do this...definitely a good watch before hand. Even ordered the 50.00 socket and extension set.
 

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This is an easy diy job. If you buy quality plugs, they should be pre-gapped. You risk damaging the electrode gapping yourself. These aren’t your spark plugs from the 70s. If it’s out of tolerance, send the plug back and get a new one.
 

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Steps look nice.
I could use those more often than I like to admit
They are a bit pricey , i use them for everything . But they are worth it . I'm not a youngster anymore my knees would done for a week , if i'm hanging off a step stool or ladder sideways any length of time .
 

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This is an easy diy job. If you buy quality plugs, they should be pre-gapped. You risk damaging the electrode gapping yourself. These aren’t your spark plugs from the 70s. If it’s out of tolerance, send the plug back and get a new one.
You just have to use flat feeler Guages and very light touch . Don't force anything. Never had a issue gapping fine tip plugs since my 2002 lightning days.
 

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