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Old 12-22-2008, 07:40 PM
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spark plug gap

is the spark plug gap for a 59 292 .035? and the points .017-.019? thats what i was told is that true.
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According to what I understand about y-blocks, that's correct.
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ok thanks alot
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Points gap should be .015-.016. Spark .035.
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.015-.016 you sure not .017-.019
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My Motors repair manual says .015, even though the range of .015 to .016 is commonly used.
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