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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Tharrell, Mar 29, 2010.
Go to Harbor Freight and get yourself one of these bad boys, $15. Tony
I bought one of those 20 years ago!
Spark plugs are one of the cheapest thinkgs you can replace. I think buying new ones would be a good investment.
scuze me! I didn't know they'd been around so long. I just found it.
I have a ton of stuff including 3 motorcycles, I have a lot of plugs.
If you're only replacing 2 or 3 once in a while it would still make sense to keep them clean and in top shape.
1 zero turn
2 wheeled blowers
2 lot vacuums
2 chain saws
2 push mowers
3 hedge clippers
1 pole saw
2 backpack blowers
1 handheld blower
1 truck loader
Now, how much do you think it would cost me to replace all of those plugs?
You're excused. I worked on autos for 30 years.
And all it takes is one grain of sand you missed to ruin your whole savings plan. I will stick to new.
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What do the plugs look like when there cleaned up?
Thanks, didn't know they had them,will check HF tomorrow,how do they work?Spinning wire brushes inside? I always clean them with a hand held wirebrush but if there's a quicker way to do it,I'll buy it.I'm always cleaning plugs especially on 2 stroke equipment,they seem to foul quicker then 4 stroke.
Compressed air, it's a mini sandblaster. The switch on the side is for air only or grit. You stick the plug on the left side, there's a rubber boot that snugs the fit.
I used it with my portable air tank.
You're not blind are you? He posted a pic of the plugs with the blaster.