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    Are you guys putting a spot of antisieze on the spark plug threads?

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    My son (mohawk man) jeffsntx's Avatar
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    I will be the first to admit that I dont, but it is reccomended that anytime you are working with an aluminum head to do so. I try to pull my plugs after every ride. Plugs are a pretty good way to catch a problem before it gets out of hand.

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    krispaintballz's Avatar
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    I dont either. I should but again too i take my plugs out a lot and dont tighten them down so tight, but enough so they dont come loose.

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    I think the tightening torque for the plugs is like 18lbft. I could see changin the plugs every 25 hours, yes/no? a little antisieze prolly wouldn`t hurt or change the tirque value that drastically. I even use it on cast iron heads...just keeps things cleaner...

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    When I got my new FX-HO this year it was one of the first things I did before she ever hit the water. jimyed

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