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04-19-2017 08:57 PM
1turbofocus Also need anti seize on the threads of the plug and a small mount on the head plug threads

04-19-2017 02:17 AM
cresch07 Ahh ok awesome thank you
04-19-2017 02:15 AM
sailor That's usually the cheaper version for the purpose, why I mentioned it if you're going to use some.
04-19-2017 02:14 AM
cresch07 OK good. Hopefully not too expensive
04-19-2017 02:13 AM
sailor Any parts store.

The 'boot release grease' is adequate for your purpose, silicone dielectric type you can use on connections/boots.
04-19-2017 02:06 AM
cresch07 OK now I just need the dielectric grease
04-19-2017 02:02 AM
sailor Just eyeball them vs. the gauge to be sure they aren't damaged in transit to close up the gap and stick 'em in.

Should be in a usable range if they sold you an appropriate plug.
04-19-2017 01:59 AM
cresch07 Oh fun. Well crap I was needing to have this done by Thursday for a road trip.
04-19-2017 01:56 AM
sailor No

Won't be all that accurate anyways, you can hold it NEAR the gap just to see if it's in the ballpark.
04-19-2017 01:53 AM
cresch07 That's all I have. Can I still do it as long as I'm careful?
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