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    Extra spark plug storage?

    I got an extra set of plugs and was wondering what is the best way to store them?
    Hopefully I won't need them any time soon but I don't want to just put them in the storage box because I am sure in time they will get all beat around.
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    I've seen some PPL when this was a 250 only forum make a water proof pocket glued under the hood. Can't seem to find that thread though it was way back when we did not even know about GIO. Hahaha

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    I keep them protected in a bag with my insurance and registration. Thought about trying to fit them into the extinguisher holder, but havent tried yet...

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    I agree with turbo. I got mine at west marine and the work just fine..

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo17 View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWRAT View Post
    I got an extra set of plugs and was wondering what is the best way to store them?
    Hopefully I won't need them any time soon but I don't want to just put them in the storage box because I am sure in time they will get all beat around.
    Thanks
    hows about in a water proof bag , strapped in the same place as your tool kit, works fine for me

    And for the people who havent found the tool kit yet , its under your rear seat

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbreaksalot View Post
    hows about in a water proof bag , strapped in the same place as your tool kit, works fine for me

    And for the people who havent found the tool kit yet , its under your rear seat
    same place as mine in a waterproof bag then in an airtight/watertight lunch type box. all greased ready to go. (underseat still in there boxes for protection)

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    Yup, +5

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