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Old 06-13-2014, 12:17 PM
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Was just wondering if an Electric/Cordless impact wrench would do the trick as well.
It should do the job just as well. The idea is to use the impacting to zip them out instead of just turning them as with a socket and ratchet.
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Not original plugs

I dont know if the gentleman who originated this article purchased this truck used or not, but having removed scores of these plugs I can tell you that those plugs in the picture Do Not appear to be the original plugs. The white ceramic in the combustion chamber is too clean and the platinum tips do not show evidence of much wear. Those look to be replacement plugs.
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Also if you look @ the part number on the plugs he removed it shows pzh 14f...which is the newer style plug. Had he removed the original plugs in the manner he described at least some of them might have broken off...more likely when hot.
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NOT ORIGINAL PLUGS

I dont know if the gentleman who originated this article purchased this truck used or not, but having removed scores of these plugs I can tell you that those plugs in the picture Do Not appear to be the original plugs. The white ceramic in the combustion chamber is too clean and the platinum tips do not show evidence of much wear. Those look to be replacement plugs.
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