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Old 06-22-2011, 08:18:37 PM
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Default Autolite 3077 Spark Plug

For those of you out there that use the Autolite spark plug I have some bad news. I have heard from 2 different spark plug dealers that Autolite has discontinued the plug. I had a lot of trouble finding enough plugs at a decent price to fill a large order today. I am still waiting confirmation from another supplier about them being discontinued, but I wanted to throw this out there for those who use the plug.
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Default Re: Autolite 3077 Spark Plug

not good news.
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Default Re: Autolite 3077 Spark Plug

What about the 3076 are they still being made?They are similar just shorter if I remember correctly.
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From what I have seen the 3076 and the 3095 are still going to be produced.
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Default Re: Autolite 3077 Spark Plug

according to my local part house where i get my plugs, autolite is still making the 3077 but have reduced production, which they used to be about 1.99-2.12 per plug and now they are 7.59.

the 3076 are still prices the same along with the 3095's

this is what i was told about 10 minutes ago.
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Finally talked to someone else about these plugs. Currently, Autolite is out of stock and they do know know when they will have them back in stock and yes the price has gone up considerably.
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