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Spark Plugs 11 Aug 2009 20:21 #12776

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Hi All
I have just been contacted by a friend who has an engine with no spark plug, nothing new in that, but the hand book that came with it says the plug is a KLG KA4 and he wants to know just what is a KLG K4 I have just done a quick search and nothing came up. He wants any brand of plug that is the same as a KLG K4
Ian

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Re: Spark Plugs 11 Aug 2009 22:31 #12777

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Hi Rusty engines ,Mate i just give the search thing a go,MMMM frustrating ain't it .See why your asking ,hoping some one has a book to look in insteed of going to endless cached pages that offer plenty and give nothing/If i get a chance ,there is an old guy in town that runs an old fashoned auto parts shop who would probably have that sort of info.When i run round town going to all the specialized shops and getting told no we don't have it, see old jim and he wanders down the back of the shop and usually comes back with that rare bit of unobtanium that no one else has . ian

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Re: Spark Plugs 12 Aug 2009 00:27 #12778

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Re: Spark Plugs 13 Aug 2009 20:10 #12779

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Yes I have search the net with a lot of pages of nothing and yes I did find that one in NZ. What I was hoping to find somthing local in any brand , so far by lookng at to many plug charts the 4 is the heat range and it is a hot plug so that is a start
Ian

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Re: Spark Plugs 13 Aug 2009 21:20 #12780

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Re: Spark Plugs 15 Aug 2009 17:25 #12781

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Hi Rusty I just had look thru an old chart that was no good so I tried another place and found a KLG K1 and fond they are 18mm thread.

You could try Automotive Suplus in Mitcham Melb, Phone (03)98733566 they have lot of old stock. Dave

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Re: Spark Plugs 17 Aug 2009 15:23 #12782

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Rusty the plug your looking for is a KA4 is same as a Champion W20 and you can get them at Automotive Supplus in Mitcham $ 25-00 each I was there today and checked it out . Dave

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Re: Spark Plugs 17 Aug 2009 16:52 #12783

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dunno if this will help ya, but give it a try
www.klg-spark-plugs.com.au/prod01.htm

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Re: Spark Plugs 17 Aug 2009 21:07 #12784

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Thank you all for the info will have to check out the W20
Ian

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Re: Spark Plugs 17 Aug 2009 23:55 #12785

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Hi Rusty,

Give Tim a call he will be able to help you with the right plug or modern alternative

www.gsparkplug.com

+44 0 1477 532 317

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