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I would rather change motorcraft plugs at 100k than champions at every 30k. Just my preferance.
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So did Motorcraft come out with a one piece? I'm about to replace my COP's and wanted to change the plugs while was I there.
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What did they do for all that money?
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This is a 6 year old thread with 32 previous posts before you posted, so to whom are you asking that question?

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Pulled the right head off, tapped out very gently the piece that broke off, and put everything back together. Very time consuming and thus very costly.
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So did Motorcraft come out with a one piece? I'm about to replace my COP's and wanted to change the plugs while was I there.
Not to my knowledge. The Champs are far superior in my opinion, and they are platinum plugs, so the replacement mileage is comparable to the OEM Motorcraft plugs. I'm on my second set now, and no major issues whatsoever. The first set even came out easier than the Motorcraft originals. I highly recommend them. Truck just turned over 200,000 miles an perking along just fine.
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I would rather change motorcraft plugs at 100k than champions at every 30k. Just my preferance.
Champs are platinum as well. Same mileage interval on changeout as Motorcraft.
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