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302 Spark Plug Gap

94 F150 with the 302. The manual says to refer to the emissions sticker for the spark plug gap. Sticker is long gone. What's the gap supposed to be?
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According to the Motorcraft website, the correct plugs are ASF42PF4, gap is 0.054"
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