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bout to change my plugs and wires with tha NGK TR55 and taylor wires...anything too look out for...is it hard to do? this is gonna be my 1st time doin it on my truck so i was makin sure there isnt anything to look out for...
 

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yeah...if the wire is on the plug real good, watch your knuckles cause you'll probably bloody one ;)

i would just say do one at a time that way you don't cross wires to the wrong plug. other than that, it's a pretty easy procedure if you know what a socket is and have strong hands. How many miles are on the plugs?
 

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atleast 70k
 

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Knuckle Buster
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i pulled my stockers at around 60 and they didn't even need to be cleaned...although i continually run cleaners and super unleaded :read:
 

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i have over 160k though haha
 

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on a NBS motor? fuckin dead easy to change plugs and wires, the coil packs are right on top of the plugs. the OBS motors are a bigger pain
 

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Yeah, easy until you get to #8 like Kyle said. It's angled back toward the firewall, with no clearance, and basically SUCKS...
 

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Wait, so how do you change em with the coil packs? I need to do mine.
 
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