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What a way to spend the day! Thanks for sharing!

Like they say it's not the destination, but the journey

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Nice!

Red is a great color

What brand paint is that?

Nice color!

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What engines are these approved for?

45$ and betting they have never been dropped in 70 years?

Well I bought 20 last year and they are nice looking plugs…however the ones I used so far as they heat up they fail… I wish they were new new stock..

Make sure they have resistors. Otherwise you'll burn down your points.

i'm selling my stash for $25. would you like to buy them? plus other plugs like ars4,5,6. plus others. all fit the franklin.

This is the only plug I’ve ever used in my F150 that has given me no fouling. Furthermore they seem to last more than any other plugs I have used. I’m at over 300 hours on my last installation.

Yes they are resistor types -- type -- 1 - 3K. Before you sell them measure the resistor in them -- Some have gone high impedance of the ones I have. They are the best plugs for our little 14 mm threads.

2 months ago

Does anyone have a 108-2 left fuel tank for sale? I've developed a leak in the tank due to some corrosion near the lowest portion of the tank. Got a look at it with a scope, but the tank still needs to be removed to see how bad it is. Repairing it is an option, but I just wanted to see what my options are. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

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I think I have a couple

Weld it!!

I took one to an old school radiator shop once, and after making sure they knew it was a gasoline tank, they welded it and pressure tested it for me. Was maybe 10 years ago and I think $60. Welding it can be dangerous if you don't know what you are doing, but a pro can do it ok.