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    Spark plug issue.........last post

    the 1st and 4th spark plugs were overtightened by a dealer which i don't really trust .... but is there a safe way to take those 2 out without stripping the the hole ? can i put something in their to loosen them ?
    i really dont want to try and loosen them and make them break in my cylinder head but if that does happen what tools can i use or advice can i follow to remove the spark plugs..?


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    I've seen my tech use deep creep and alot of patients to back it out slowly. Turn back and forth with some gentleness and she will come loose. Let deep creep sit for at least 4 hours.

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    ohk thanks but the name of the product is it only deep creep?


    Quote Originally Posted by hilomikey View Post
    I've seen my tech use deep creep and alot of patients to back it out slowly. Turn back and forth with some gentleness and she will come loose. Let deep creep sit for at least 4 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin_red250x View Post
    ohk thanks but the name of the product is it only deep creep?

    Yes here is link

    http://www.seafoamsales.com/deep-creep/index.html

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    thank you very much i just hope it doesn't strip the head....



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    Just go really slow and apply a lot of tenderness. Sometimes talking dirty to her (the ski) makes her really lubricated!! Hahahah

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    kk n lmfao i might try that lol jk but thanks bro



    Quote Originally Posted by hilomikey View Post
    Just go really slow and apply a lot of tenderness. Sometimes talking dirty to her (the ski) makes her really lubricated!! Hahahah

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    how about taking it back to the dealer that overtighten them in the first place. If they break, their problem. I know its a catch 22 cause u dont trust them but you might get stuck with the bill if the head needs to be removed because YOU broke them.

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    i thought of that 2 but if i at least c if the sea foam deep creep works then i wont have to go through the trouble of getting a new head and dealing wit the dealer....
    which i really dont want to do because i really dont want them doing something else which would cause me to come back and tell me BS ..


    Quote Originally Posted by Red08Ultra250 View Post
    how about taking it back to the dealer that overtighten them in the first place. If they break, their problem. I know its a catch 22 cause u dont trust them but you might get stuck with the bill if the head needs to be removed because YOU broke them.

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    Did she come out?? Just checking back.

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