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Old 07-22-2005, 05:14:13 PM
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Hello,

Could someone please convert a Champion Commercial-1 spark plug to "an equal" of Autolite in the same heat range? I am asking for my father for his 1935 McCormic Deering 1-1/2 hp. la.

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My chart shows that crosses to a T-7 autolite.I dont know if they still make it?You may have to run a 3077? BobRR
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Thank you.

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Default Re: Champion Commercial-1 Spark Plug

I had a look at the Champion 1956 book, and the 1 Com plug is cross-referenced to Autolite TT8, T7 and T5. Don't have any Autolite data unfortunately, but this does confirm Jeff's post and also gives a couple more.

The book is for the UK market and only has UK engines listed...

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I dont know about the autolight but champion still makes that plug ant they were not all that expensive.
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