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are thes plugs ok to use

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Hi i have this size plug  CHAMPION   W89D  .would like some advice on these  as wrong plugs could do damage .....Regards John

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Sure you can use them, but in what?????

Terry

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Again, specify if this is a Buick Standard 6. If so,that would be a good replacement plug with the correct long reach, Unfortunately they are very long on the outside and the spark plug cover can not be used. If you are lucky enough to have one. Check out the thread on the Buick Pre-War site on 1917 Spark plug options.

1927AC.thumb.jpg.3ff5d85f378ba59d06473f9ed2108754.jpg "C" type is original equipment.988880440_1927Champion(2).jpg.bdbcfb48a7450ee98e75f8ecf4cdcb69.jpg   Champion #6 was a period replacement.

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By 1934 AC was offering the cheapest 30 cent TITAN #1 plugs.  Model AA 7/8" UNIVERSAL 45 cent compromise plugs. (One size fits many). Much like the currently available Motorcraft 3076 with the shorter reach. And Original equipment type A (7/8" regular)and type B (7/8" long).

 

 

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He could also be talking about the British built Standard automobile, in which case the proper plug might be a Lodge or KLG. 

Wish we knew more.  It would be much easier to help.

Terry

Edited by Terry Bond (see edit history)

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This guy has been fooling around with a 28 Dodge.

So that would be my guess.

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Yeah, he posted in the Dodge Brothers forum wanting to buy spark plugs for his 1928 Dodge Standard 6. 

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