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Yesterday 09:00 PM
john galt i got a new spark plug for my generator
thats about it for my and spark plugs recently.

only other thing i almost hit a bear last night takin the kid to work :surprise missed him by about 10 ' but still thats what passes for excitement in my life of late
Yesterday 07:47 PM
Sock Puppet
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Originally Posted by G8orFord View Post
No spark plug issues? Ummm, except the dents in the hood from when they blow out. They had a problem with the threads tearing out because there were only like three of them. It wasn't a huge problem and usually was due to overtightening when the plugs were replaced, but it was a thing.
Good to know. No issues removing the OEM plugs on her truck and I torqued the new ones.
Yesterday 02:37 PM
junior125 I had a 4.6 once, never shot a spark plug luckily

I need to finish assembling the 5.0 I’ve got at some point and drive north for a tractor
Yesterday 05:39 AM
G8orFord
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Originally Posted by Sock Puppet View Post
LOL. She helped for most of it. I believe in sweat equity, and actually knowing something about your vehicle. This one is a 2-valve, so no spark plug issues. They all came out without excitement. The manifold was easy by 6.0 standards.
No spark plug issues? Ummm, except the dents in the hood from when they blow out. They had a problem with the threads tearing out because there were only like three of them. It wasn't a huge problem and usually was due to overtightening when the plugs were replaced, but it was a thing.
10-21-2019 06:54 PM
Sock Puppet
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Fathers don't let their daughters drive 4.6's. A good father would say, the tools are in the shop, help yourself J/K
LOL. She helped for most of it. I believe in sweat equity, and actually knowing something about your vehicle. This one is a 2-valve, so no spark plug issues. They all came out without excitement. The manifold was easy by 6.0 standards.
10-21-2019 12:57 PM
nitrogen Fathers don't let their daughters drive 4.6's. A good father would say, the tools are in the shop, help yourself J/K
10-21-2019 12:30 PM
3054tony
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Originally Posted by Sock Puppet View Post
Changed manifold gaskets, plugs and coils on the daughter's F150 4.6. Good times....

Mine has a broken bolt causing a small leak and I really need to get in and change the plugs but my luck I will break them all
10-21-2019 06:16 AM
Sock Puppet Changed manifold gaskets, plugs and coils on the daughter's F150 4.6. Good times....

10-19-2019 10:27 PM
mohead1
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thats some funny shiit right there....but i like the idea....gonna have to see about a F450 deck myself, [emoji41]

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10-17-2019 06:36 PM
jokester00 A couple more of my favorites. Taken while hunting...imagine that LOL





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