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Need Spark Plug on a 5 HP Domestic


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Old 07-24-2019, 11:03:07 PM
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Default Need Spark Plug on a 5 HP Domestic

What can I use to replace this broken spark plug. The engine is a 5HP Domestic battery and buzz coil. The existing plug is a "Champion A-25". The Autostore just shook their head. Please see the pictures. Thanks
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Default Re: Need Spark Plug on a 5 HP Domestic

That's one of the long reach plugs. It doesn't have to be that long and a regular Model T Spark Plug will work. You can find them from the vendors on Harry's or simply do a google search or type in "Model T Spark Plug" on ebay and you can find them from $4 or so on up.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/Spark-Plug-...UAAOSwkCZcpLR8
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Default Re: Need Spark Plug on a 5 HP Domestic

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What can I use to replace this broken spark plug. The engine is a 5HP Domestic battery and buzz coil. The existing plug is a "Champion A-25". The Autostore just shook their head. Please see the pictures. Thanks
As Tommy also wrote, the plug for your engine does not need to be long-reach. A standard length "Model T Ford" plug is fine. The Autolite number, I believe, is 3095; your local parts store might have them on the shelf but would likely have to order them.

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The A-25 is a modern version of the Champion X, used in the model T fords. Both still made. The A-25 was made in 2 versions, like the X was - one piece and take apart. The take aparts made for east cleaning, if the plug fouled, but were more expensive. The 34s were always take apart. Your plug looks like a Champion 34-gas engine special. You see them on EBay once in a while. nearly any plug with a 1/2 pipe base thread will work, as others have noted.
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