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1770 302 Spark Plug Gap

K. Schaefer

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Hey heys!
I have lost my manual and forgot how much i should gap the plugs.... Does anyone know? its a 302 original stock engine. Thanks!
 

DirtDonk

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Nautical term. He's looking to gap the plugs on his ship's canon.
No spark, no boom. No boom, no repel boarding party.
Arrrr matey.

Paul
 

DirtDonk

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Yeah, we were just having some fun with the 1770 part K. We knew what you meant, and viper had your real answer right away, so when stupidboy caught the mistake, I just took the thought and ran with it.
Kind of a classicbroncos "late-welcome" segué, so to speak.

Paul
 
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K. Schaefer

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Yeah, we were just having some fun with the 1770 part K. We knew what you meant, and viper had your real answer right away, so when stupidboy caught the mistake, I just took the thought and ran with it.
Kind of a classicbroncos "late-welcome" segué, so to speak.

Paul

Ahahahahah, I know I get it now you guys ahahahahah. I didnt even realize it! :p You are funny :) My bad, "1970" !
 

DirtDonk

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Ahhhh, yes, the old Scrimshaw brand. Good stuff. Hard to gap accurately though.
Hard to get too, since they applied the death penalty for being found gapping one with a knife in some countries.

Paul
 
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