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Which spark plugs?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by Dan05, May 24, 2011.

  1. Dan05

    Dan05 [OP] Member

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    It's time to change the plugs in my 2005 V6. I read the manual's recommendation to use NGK or Denso - acknowledged. Has anyone had a good experience with another (premium) brand? I'm especially interested in Bosch, since I've used them in other vehicles. Thanks for your input (TWSS). :cool:
     
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    whippersnapper02 Well-Known Member

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    Just stock man.
     
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    yeah cause i'm sure 6 plugs at the stealership will be cheap, i put NGK's in mine
     
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    20 bucks for 6 stock Densos...
     
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    I stuck with 6 Denso's. Shits good, dealer wasn't too bad at all on pricing.
     
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    Well, I guess that's enough votes for me. Thanks for the advice, fellas.

    ^ Thanks, man. Glad I didn't have to figure that out half way through the job.
     
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    sloppyjoe They are more like guide lines.

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    WAY! cheaper than the ones I first picked up at the Advanced store (Denso Iridium). I grabbed some stock one for alot of savings after taking the IR's back. I think the Toyota place charged me like $28 or something, I know it was not bad at all. Plus I have the benefit of knowing that they are the stock reccomended plugs. I say go stocker. Good luck!
     
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