Should you use anti-seize on spark plugs? Maybe not.

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Should you use anti-seize on spark plugs? Maybe not.

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Since I'm focused on spark plugs these days, I discovered this interesting piece of information I didn't know about.
https://youtu.be/xZ-KOL4gZzw
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Good poop.
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good info - though I have never put it on plugs or seen it on plugs. obvious it happens just not so far in my world.
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