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    Spark Plug Wrench

    Manual calls for 16 MM. Will a 5/8 work also. Can't seem to find a 16 MM spark plug wrench


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevan View Post
    Manual calls for 16 MM. Will a 5/8 work also. Can't seem to find a 16 MM spark plug wrench

    get a 16mm deep wall socket with an extension on it. loosen the plug then pull it out with a magnet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Region8Ultra250X View Post
    get a 16mm deep wall socket with an extension on it. loosen the plug then pull it out with a magnet
    If you dont have a magnet, use the plug lead


    Waz

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    16mm= .6299 inches
    5/8 inch =.6250 inches

    even a snap on product doesn't have a .005 tolerance

    use a quality thin wall 5/8 inch plug socket and don't sweat it

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    zactly!

    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    16mm= .6299 inches
    5/8 inch =.6250 inches

    even a snap on product doesn't have a .005 tolerance

    use a quality thin wall 5/8 inch plug socket and don't sweat it

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    And do not atempt to remove a spark plug from a hot engine or you could break plug in half and then you are screwed its not a two stroke. i learned this the hard way.no lake side plug swaps.

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