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Old 08-30-2011, 07:05 PM   #1
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Hey guys I have a 92 sport 4.0 inline. Was wondering what is the recommended gap for new plugs. The " genius " at the parts store said .035. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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'98 is .035.
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95 is .035 as well so .035 is probably a safe bet. the guy at the store probably read it off the screen. or is actually knowledgeable in that one area. maybe?
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it's a .035 bro, just did mine as well.
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I'm no genius but my 99 is .035
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Hey guys I have a 92 sport 4.0 inline. Was wondering what is the recommended gap for new plugs. The " genius " at the parts store said .035. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Oh My God!!!!!! he must be a genius if he said .035!!!!!!!!!!!

how would he know?!!?!?!?!
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Thanks, Guys didn't know if the boy was guessing or were he got his info. I appreciate the input
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