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Old 11-19-2018, 07:50:27 PM
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Default Military style plugs

I went plug in hand to a couple of local auto suppliers with a Prestolite AR8S and they looked at me like I was from Mars.
One unable to source it the other completely unsure it even spark plug.
Can anyone explain to me how you convert the numbers to something I can verify so I know a AR8S is the same as this 2225 from Jegs?

https://www.jegs.com/i/Autolite/417/...gn=retargeting
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I went plug in hand to a couple of local auto suppliers with a Prestolite AR8S and they looked at me like I was from Mars.
One unable to source it the other completely unsure it even spark plug.
Can anyone explain to me how you convert the numbers to something I can verify so I know a AR8S is the same as this 2225 from Jegs?

https://www.jegs.com/i/Autolite/417/...gn=retargeting
Unfortunately, they're crossing the BR8S. You need the 2246. see http://willysmjeeps.com/v2/modules.p...ewtopic&t=8654
about halfway down the page.

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Default Re: Military style plugs

Now I am worried.
Plug is hard to read and I can't be 100% sure its a AR8S and not BR8S.
Going to have to measure all the specifics now.
That chart is sure handy!
Thank you for the help sir!!!!!
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