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Can you ID this engine spark plug setup?


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Old 03-18-2005, 03:40:36 PM
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Default Re: Can you ID this engine spark plug setup?

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This is not a dual sparkplug. it is an ignghter such as was used in oil furnases. the spark jumped from one point to the other until the oil ignighted and then it shut off.

Chuck in Central Oregon
Chuck; Read my post from 2 days ago. It is spark "plug" from a single cylinder Cadillac engine. The one cylinder Cadillac was made from 1903 thru 1909.
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Old 03-25-2005, 06:56:55 PM
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Default Re: Can you ID this engine spark plug setup?

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Chuck; Read my post from 2 days ago. It is spark "plug" from a single cylinder Cadillac engine. The one cylinder Cadillac was made from 1903 thru 1909.
John you are right. Since I reciecved your quote I did a little research and found I was wrong. Thanks for the correcton.

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