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Nickel anti-seiize really works on new plugs!!!!

I just wanted to pass along that using nickel anti-seize on your new spark pulg when installing them really works well... I replaced my pulgs with HT1's ( yes the 2 piece ones) about 10,000 miles ago and these babys came out without any effort at all... No moans and groans no creaking... What a difference that stuff made... Just thought I'd pass alone my excitement...lol:laughlitt


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Yep.. I pull mine about every 15K and re coat them.. I've done it three times that way and have never cracked off a 2 piece plug.

However I switched up to the Brisk one piece this last time around making it a non-issue.

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What have you used before the Nickel Anti seize?
Sounds cool, im using Copper-Anti Seize and have no Problems. But Maybe Nickel is Better..:?:

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the stock plugs didn't have a nickle coated shield. the autolite ones do so they shouldn't have any issues anyway. this is all what i've read

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Nickel or copper both work great on aluminum and steel or titanium. The aluminum anti seize works well on steel to steel connections. You don't want to use the copper on copper threads. You might be seeing a pattern what works is having a layer of dissimilar metal between the two fastening threads.

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the threads aren't the issue with the stock plugs though. it's the shields that get all the carbon built up.

is good info for other applications though.

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