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Post by marcus on Thu Sep 10 2009, 19:14

Hi there could someone tell which is the right spark plug for my petrol lister d at the moment it has a champion d16 is the correct plug thanks

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by mike d on Thu Sep 10 2009, 20:44

hi MARCUS
i was led to believe that is the right
that what my mate uses in his

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Post by marcus on Thu Sep 10 2009, 21:14

thanks for that mike i just wanted confirmation thanks

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by stationary stu on Thu Sep 10 2009, 22:52

Marcus the correct plug is an 8com but the D16 is an alternative as 8coms are difficult to get and expensive. If you looking in the reference section under the plug section or under suppliers Greens spark plug you'll get more information there.

http://www.oldengine.org/members/diesel/Plugs/stateng3.htm

http://ryansengineforum.forumotion.com/suppliers-f18/plug-supplier-with-alternative-plug-reference-guide-t97.htm

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by marcus on Fri Sep 11 2009, 17:45

yeah thanks got a plug today put it in and seems to be running ok ran for 2 hours and didnt cut out

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Post by stationary stu on Fri Sep 11 2009, 18:49

Great news, is that the D16? Have you reset the carb. or did it run ok?

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i had a d16 in my d

Post by RAB on Sat Sep 12 2009, 02:31

ran ok so must be correct one, although mine was pet/parrafin, not sure if that makes a differance, would not have thought so

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