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    PMR9B OE plug

    Where can you get OE PMR9B plugs with the solid caps NOT the screw on kind like the local dealer sells? Japan maybe?


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    I never seen PMR9B with screw on cap, are you sure it's not CR8EK that he's trying to sell you? it would do the work but they are cheaper and those one are screw cap

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff007 View Post
    Where can you get OE PMR9B plugs with the solid caps NOT the screw on kind like the local dealer sells? Japan maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brisyl View Post
    I never seen PMR9B with screw on cap, are you sure it's not CR8EK that he's trying to sell you? it would do the work but they are cheaper and those one are screw cap

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff007 View Post
    Where can you get OE PMR9B plugs with the solid caps NOT the screw on kind like the local dealer sells? Japan maybe?
    Well now that you mention it, i didnt really look at the plugs i just handed him one of my OE plugs and he said the only difference would be that his have the screw on caps.

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    look again my friend, do not install a different plug

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    cr9eix are fine ,cr9ek are fine , pmr9b are fine

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    It's not the only difference, the PMR9B is a laser platinum plug wich is twice the price of the CR9EK wich is a standard plug and the CR9EIX is a iridium plug that stand in between of the PMR9B and the CR9EK, but they will all do the job, the difference is the quality

    [/QUOTE]Well now that you mention it, i didnt really look at the plugs i just handed him one of my OE plugs and he said the only difference would be that his have the screw on caps.[/QUOTE]

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