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Spark Plug installation
#706685 Mon Dec 27 2010 08:15 PM
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Shop Shark
I was changing spark plugs on my 350 with headers. I had problems reinstalling the plugs. No room for fingers or sockets, finally I cut off about a 4 inch piece of vacuum hose that fit over the cap on the plug, this makes a little , flexable extension and really helps the alignment and installation.


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Re: Spark Plug installation
hankrags #706776 Tue Dec 28 2010 01:53 AM
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you can also just get a inline 6! grin

Re: Spark Plug installation
hoggyrubber #706801 Tue Dec 28 2010 04:33 AM
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Old trick, but a good one. There's actually a tool out now that's more or less the same idea, but the end of the tube has a textured ball on it that allows for a better grip, especially if your hands are a bit greasy.


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Re: Spark Plug installation
hoggyrubber #707032 Wed Dec 29 2010 05:10 AM
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Got one of those, check the gallery


1954 Chevy Half-Ton
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1958 Chevy 1/2-Ton Stepside
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"Time's fun when you're having flies." ~~ OLD FROG
Re: Spark Plug installation
hoggyrubber #707989 Sat Jan 01 2011 09:26 PM
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How about a flathead, oops that is a ferd.


1954 Chevy Half-Ton
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Shutterfly
More pix on Photobucket

1958 Chevy 1/2-Ton Stepside
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Photobucket

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"Time's fun when you're having flies." ~~ OLD FROG

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