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6216 16 horse spark plugs

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E3 it's a hotter spark, better burn, saves gas = runs. yes it's still the e3.10 plug.


I have had good luck with these plugs. still running after 2-3 years and looks good. starts up just the same as like the first day of use.

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All the plugs that are spoken in the post here are in the same compatible plug sizes a typical plug as like a RJ17LM is broken down as such...... R=resister J=14mm thread and 3/8 depth 17=1-25 auto,small engine,or ordinance engine application LM= specialty plug (designed for lawn mowers)

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