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03-04-2012, 07:44 PM
What spark plug? ('04 Big Bear)

Sorry to blast the forum with thread after thread... Maybe I should have rolled them all into one.

Anyway, anyone know what spark plug goes in my machine? I found a badly used Champion 8819 in a NGK 7162 DR8EA box....

I can't seem to find any of this info on the net, and I do not have the manual.

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go to my yamaha and you'll find the owners manual ...check it out...better than guessing..

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H O L Y C R A P.

How did I not know about My Yamaha before now?!?!

Walt, thanks a million man, that site is crazy awesome.

Man I'm such a noob...

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