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Spark plug swap and new plug wires....

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by Sandfreak520, Oct 14, 2019.

  1. Ricoman

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    OK...but since I have the 3 ton Eagle Pro jack to make it easier (I'm told)..you have to make the drive down to Lewis County...
     
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    Im gonna cheat and use my buddies 2 post lift. Lewis county what area is that? Sorry moved from Arizona not long back haven’t gotten too familiar with all the counties yet.
     
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    Well..hell..if you got a 2 post lift to use,looks like I'll be making the drive up..!!
    Lewis County is a little South of Olympia...Chehalis/Centralia are the 2 "big" towns...half way between SEA & PDX .
     
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    Rick, which plus are recommended... 6509 or 6510?
     
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    Let me revive this thread. I too, would like to know which plugs are recommended. Thanks for any input.
     
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    Got the answer elsewhere, so I’ll share. 6509 for NA, 6510 for SC
     
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    Make sure to warm the engine about before you start removing plugs. I made a noose out of parachute cord to loop around the wires and pull them off the plugs some were really stuck on the plugs.

    Personally I think the expensive wires are a waste of money but your truck and your money.
     
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    Passenger front plug was worst to get to behind shock tower. It will be a stream of choice cuss words. Others not too bad if you have good set of extensions and swivels.
     

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