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Old 11-15-2009, 11:36 AM   #1
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Hey guys I'm in the need to change the plugs in my truck. The truck is a '06 2500HD Silverado. I just got 65K miles on it so I need to do some maintenance on it. I was looking for advise on spark plugs for these motors. Also what do I need to gap them at? Thanks
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I put some NGK TR-55's in my 5.3L Silverado Gapped at about .048". Actually picked up some MPG's.
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What rtr2001ss said.
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Thanks guys. Hey I see guys using anti seize on plugs. This is new to me. Do you just rub some on and thread it in? Is it really needed?
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