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Old 06-23-2013, 10:12 AM
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I got the oem plugs for my truck and didn't have to get them at the dealer. It is true you should stick with oem.

For those that see this before they change their upper bank plugs, after you rip the boot off, take a piece of copper pipe (can't remember if it's 3/8" or 1/2") and jamb it between the plug and the ripped boot. It will separate them then removal is easy. This works great. Only bad thing is you have to rip the boot off first lol.

Definitely don't use E3 plugs on this engine. There are a couple other plug candidates but they are no cheaper or better so you should stick with oem. Only exception would be you can run the lower bank iridiums in the upper bank.
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