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Old 07-28-2008, 03:52:15 AM
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Hello, Anybody know where I can get a set of spark plugs for my Case 18/32? It has Champion C-5's in at the moment. Thanks in advance!
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se Autolite 3077 you can order them at ay auto parts store and are half the price of champions
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Autolite 3077 sure do good on my Greyhound gas tractor. One round crank start her up. It is large antique alike wired gap spark plug. I use 30 gap check. I formerly used Champion is somewhat hard for large low compression cylinder. Napa store is where I ordered. I usually buy quantity box rather than individual piece at discount price. I can use spare spark plug just in case when failed.
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Thanks for the info, I never even thought about Autolite. Just shows what a good web-site this is and what knowledge is out there Thanks again, HH
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Hi Harry please can you get 2 sets as i need some for my old girl, i only live just down the road in Leicestershire. thanks....Robert
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I have enjoyed great service from these Autolite plugs. I use 3076 in many of my "newer" tractors and the long reach hotter 3077 in my old low compression steel wheeled machines. There is also a 3095 pipe thread version for those who need it.......these plugs work well and are priced below several other brands.
Robert, can you boys get these plugs on your side of the pond?
Pay the shipping and I will send you some if they are hard to find over there
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Harry, What's wrong with the old C5's? They are pretty "hot" and work better than modern plugs in most ancient machines. Do you have an actual plug problem, or are you just wanting to fit "new" plugs with an "old-fashioned" heat rating?

Tricky Dickie
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Richard, That's a good question, I have one of the plus in my car and the more I look at it the more I think its not that bad. Maybe I will dismantle and clean up the plugs I have. I have had the mag re-built so in the next week or so I will attempt to start the tractor for the 1st time in ten years and see how it goes from there.
I have included a photo of the tractor in question. And yes, I know its the wrong color!! It will need to be re-painted in the fullness of time. HH
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The 3077 will make it run much smoother than the c-5 because they are very long. It will also start easier and idle better old looks are great but a sore arm from cranking is not fun
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This is a large 3077 Autolite old style spark plug. Photos enclosed.
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