Oem or Aftermarket Spark Plugs

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  1. Socialseb83

    Socialseb83 Full Access Member

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    I need to change my spark plugs. Is there a difference which I go with? Is there a brand everyone recommends?
     
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    OEM NGK plugs.
     
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    I only ever saw Denso and NGK. NGK is OEM but beware of fakes.
     
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    +1 ^^^. Google for articles and videos on counterfeit NGK plugs.
     
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    I ordered mine straight from the NGK website. The prices there were close to the best at the time, anyhow.
     
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    I install new NGK plugs about every 60,000 miles / four years as I am concerned about the plugs "freezing" in the Aluminum heads.

    I am told this is not a concern but it is my wallet.
     

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