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what spark plugs should i put in now that im gonna do the 60k maint. i've heard bosch platinum and denso. all i have is an aem intake on a 3.4 if that helps, thanks for the feedback.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-02-2005, 12:01 PM
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I would steer away from the Bosch platinum in my opinion...Personally I would recommend the factory replacements and I think most here would..Just my .02

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Do a quick search on Bosch plugs
You will find lots of complaints as well as little benefit

On the otherhand - what complaints can you dig up from the densos- (plus they are cheaper)
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stick with the NGK's, its what these trucks were designed to use and run best on.

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so i can get these at a dealer? any part number or anything?
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i dont know the part #'s, but any stealership or autoparts store will carry them.

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NGK BKR5EKPB-11 multi ground plug
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thanks for the input guys
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