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Did a search and it didn't come up,

 

shop manual says ....  0,7mm(comma,not decimal point), assuming that's .7MM,just wanted to make sure I've been doing this right for years.....

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Comma is "point" in Eurospeak. In decimals, it's .027559, but .027 or .028 is good enough fur us 'Murricans. Tried Iridium plugs? First thing I did and noticed quicker starts. It has Autolites now, but I have NGKs at the ready just in case. I have obtained 40mpg at 70-80mph on the freeway - which might not be stellar, but not bad for the old lump, considering it is still breaking in. 

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Just to be sure,.....027-.028 ,......MM not inches

Thanks po18guy

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Got that flipped Inches .027 "= .711MM

 

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1 hour ago, mznyc said:

Got that flipped Inches .027 "= .711MM

 

We Luddites have trouble coping.  The .027 (inches) is from my Chevy small block days. 

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I do my best to muck up the works...

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