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New Spark Plugs

Just changed my spark plugs on my EB to the Autolite 985's I believe these are the JMM type. Although I could be wrong. Car starts up easier or so it seems I'll see how it goes and let everyone know how they turn out regarding economy, acceleration and whatever else you'd like to know.

Also I advanced the ignition timing while I was at it, my harmonic balancer needs replacing, would this effect the reading when I advance the timing?

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