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Spark Plugs
« on: May 30, 2019, 11:29:41 AM »
I took the time to install new spark plugs in my outboard last night. I'd been running these same spark plugs for at least the last 5 seasons with no problems whatsoever.

I noticed last week that it was beginning to load up a bit, so I figured it was time to change them out  (yes)

I'll be running the outboard a fair amount this coming weekend, so it should be nice and smooth again.

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