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    Plugs

    NGK PMR9B plugs are expensive to just pick up from one of the dealers around here ($22-24 per plug). So I think I'm just going to order them. Any idea where I can get them and there is fast shipping?


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    Quote Originally Posted by HYNES View Post
    NGK PMR9B plugs are expensive to just pick up from one of the dealers around here ($22-24 per plug). So I think I'm just going to order them. Any idea where I can get them and there is fast shipping?
    HYNES, Sparkplugs.com $13.55 a pop...Mike

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    THANKS

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    I ordered them from there and did 2nd day air 71 bucks(ouch). But still cheaper then the $22-24 a plug from around my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HYNES View Post
    NGK PMR9B plugs are expensive to just pick up from one of the dealers around here ($22-24 per plug). So I think I'm just going to order them. Any idea where I can get them and there is fast shipping?
    Bought mine at Auto Zone-- NGK IX iridium - CR9EIX Stock # 3521
    $6.95 a peice, $27.80 Box of 4 Everyone i know have switched over to them. I used them all last summer with no problem.

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    That sounds amazing.... any research been done to determine if these can cause damage to the cylinder/piston

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    I had the stock ones in PMR9B, the ones from the factory and they went bad. Then I bought CR9EIX Iridium ones and they just went bad so I'm going back to the Platnium ones PMR9B.

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    are you folks running the CR9EIX plugs with caps? I run those for awhile. I just paid 112 for 8 PMB9R's got them from a friend of a friend who knows low ppl in high places!!! HAHA

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    I just ordered cr9ek. $6.10 I am done with iridium and the double platinum.

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    cr9ek?..what ones are they?

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