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Old 03-31-2005, 04:47:18 PM
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The Stover I am restoring CT2 had a long reach Autolite 3077 in it. By accident I broke it. I called local auto parts and they showed a Champion W-89D as it's cross reference. Well they had 2 NOS left so I bought one. Then the guy looks up his supplier and they say Champion no longer makes them and they have no more. I buy the other one too. He gives me a cross reference list of a "Old Champion = 44", "New Champion = W-89D", "A-C = 18", "Autolite = 3077", "Globe = 10", "Blue Crown = 78L-Com", "Leonard = 1-A"

Tried to buy the Cross Reference book from him but it was "NOT FOR SALE" Anyone have a simular book?

This stuff is good to know.
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Go to google and type in "spark plug cross reference", you may find the information you want......Helen
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Here's a cross reference I just found:

http://home.att.net/~klossner/sprkplg.htm

I've been using a Champion C-4 plug in my CT2 since that is what was in it when I brought it home. It's worked fine.
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Thanks for the link Neale

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