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Old 02-13-2011, 05:55 PM
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Originally Posted by SslagleZ28 View Post
IDK who would be against anti-seize. Its probably the greatest stuff ever invented lol. I say this because the spark plugs on my LT1 Z28 are hard enough to change without the trouble of them being stuck. Havent done a swap onthe truck yet, that will be this spring.
There was a HUGE argument (with me spearheading the pro-antiseize side) on here about a year ago. The opposing side claims that with the coating on the threads of the plugs that antiseize isn't needed. I've changed enough plugs in 16 years to know better.
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