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stock plugs work great... just gap them down a bit depending on bost level
 

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the word is ARE.


also, the search tool on this site (the one to the right at the top of the screen) is very useful. do a search for titles only "spark plug" and you'll find threads that cover thish aspect in great detail. You may have to spend 5-10 minutes, but you've waited longer in this thread for an answer than it would have taken you to find the answer yourself.
 

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stowaway said:
the word is ARE.


also, the search tool on this site (the one to the right at the top of the screen) is very useful. do a search for titles only "spark plug" and you'll find threads that cover thish aspect in great detail. You may have to spend 5-10 minutes, but you've waited longer in this thread for an answer than it would have taken you to find the answer yourself.
Whats worse - posting one sentence while not knowing about the search button, or someone writing an entire post of sarcasm, when all that would be needed is:

"Use the search function, the subject is sufficiently covered"


lol J/K
 

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plugs

i have been searching and thats what i found the best are the 4306 ngk but my part places dont have them and i found some other people saying that they us dodge ram plugs they are like the 4306 one step colded and there are champion plugs part # was re14mcc4
 

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NGK stock # 4306 you can order them from napa, get them the next day. thats all I run in my car. I also gap them at .035.
 
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