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1. [oletrucks] 235 Plugs (score: 1)
Author: Grant Galbraith <>
Date: Thu, 04 May 2000 15:05:12 -0400
I see that the recommended plug for the 235, an AC 44 has been obsoleted and a AC 43 is recommended by Napa in its place. The Motors manual I have say's to use a AC 44 or 45. Which is better, the 43
/html/oletrucks/2000-05/msg00153.html (7,138 bytes)

2. Re: [oletrucks] 235 Plugs (score: 1)
Author: "Don Slaney" <>
Date: Thu, 4 May 2000 13:25:39 -0500
Here in Canada I have no trouble to get R44XL for my ole trucks. They are AC Plugs, made in Mexico for $2.00ea. {Can.} I get them from ACKLANDS-GRAINGER CORP. They have over 300 branches across the
/html/oletrucks/2000-05/msg00154.html (8,428 bytes)

3. Re: [oletrucks] 235 Plugs (score: 1)
Author: John Maertens <>
Date: Thu, 04 May 2000 15:14:36 -0500
I think you can get the 44 or 45 in a R which is just a resistor plug. Minnesota oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
/html/oletrucks/2000-05/msg00158.html (7,448 bytes)

4. Re: [oletrucks] 235 Plugs (score: 1)
Author: "Greg Huber" <>
Date: Thu, 4 May 2000 16:37:59 -0700
How do the plugs Look? if black go to 45-hotter. If brown or clean go to 43.=-colder Greg in Fla 56-stepside big window --Original Message-- From: Grant Galbraith <> To: oletrucks <ol
/html/oletrucks/2000-05/msg00159.html (7,681 bytes)

5. Re: [oletrucks] 235 Plugs (score: 1)
Author: "Allen Jones" <>
Date: Thu, 4 May 2000 14:28:56 -0700
I was wondering the same thing. I did a little research and it seems that the lower heat rating (the 43) is supposed to be better for a lower compression ratio engine (such as the 235 and 261).....?
/html/oletrucks/2000-05/msg00161.html (8,434 bytes)

6. RE: [oletrucks] 235 Plugs (score: 1)
Author: Jack Halton <>
Date: Mon, 8 May 2000 09:19:53 -0400 (EDT)
I was once told by a veteran racer that increasing compression means going colder on the plugs. I think the rule of thumb was one heat range for every 2 points in compression increase, but this was w
/html/oletrucks/2000-05/msg00259.html (8,036 bytes)

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