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Old 06-04-2012, 01:52 PM
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Did a search and can't find it.

I saw this though:

"Due to tight clearances between UPPER row of plugs (5) and cylinder head, a conventional deep, thick-wall spark plug socket will not fit. Use a deep, THIN-WALL 5/8" spark plug socket for plug removal and installation."

You have any issues with this?
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