On Wed, 15 November 2000, "Brian _" wrote:
> Back in my college days I bought a new Jeep CJ7.
> It came from the factory with Champion plugs. I got
> about 17,000 miles out of them and they burned up!
> I put in a fresh set of AC plugs, and they lasted
> all the way up to 60,000 miles. They probably would
> have gone to 100,000 or more but I totaled out the
> Jeep and would never find out. I run all of my toys
> with AC plugs, even my tractors, and mowers. My wife
> just got a new Durango (yuk, mopar) I have'nt
> checked yet, but if it has Champions in it I'll
> change them soon enough! Just my 2 cents worth.
> Rick Warren
> 55 1st series 3100
> White Heath, IL.
> my teacher at the college said that AC and autolites will work well in chevy
> motors,. and autolite and motorcraft will work with fords,. he said champion
> is a mopar plug, alls i know is that my brand new car (a '00 Dodge Neon) has
> champion plugs from the factory,. they work fine, 7000 miles and going.
> is it a coinsidence, or is my teacher right, and that certain plug companies
> make plugs for certain car brands.
> Brian M
> '57 Chevy 3200
> '55 Chevy 6400 (comming soon, very soon)
> '00 Dodge Neon
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