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PaulR


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Joined: Jan 16, 2005
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Spark Plug "conversion" chart
Original Message   Apr 18, 2005 9:58 pm
I'm not exactly Mr. Goodwrench, but I do perform all(most) of the maintenance on my OPE each spring.  It's amazing how, with the addition of new toys, this job takes longer and longer.  Instead of me traveling to several different dealers for when I only need spark plugs, is there a website (Champion, Bosch, Autolite,etc.) that allows you to list brand "A"'s spark plug model and then it would give you the equivalent model of their plug you should use?  It sure would be nice to get all of my spark plugs at one time....

PaulR

PS..does anyone know how frequently the hydrostatic transmission fluid in a Deere GT225 should be changed?  Has anyone done it or is this best left up to a dealer?

John Deere GT 225 and 2305

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Bombardier Outlander 400XT

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robmints


Joined: May 13, 2003
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Re: Spark Plug "conversion" chart
Reply #1   Apr 18, 2005 10:12 pm
I think they all do. Maybe google "champion cross reference" or "NGK cross reference".
Marshall


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Joined: Sep 16, 2002
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Re: Spark Plug "conversion" chart
Reply #2   Apr 18, 2005 10:15 pm
"PS..does anyone know how frequently the hydrostatic transmission fluid in a Deere GT225 should be changed?"

You should not have to change it, I don't believe. What's your manual say?


Edited, can't type worth a damn.
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bbwb


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Location: NE Minnesota
Joined: Feb 23, 2004
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Re: Spark Plug "conversion" chart
Reply #3   Apr 18, 2005 10:27 pm
Hello Paul:

Well, I am going to date myself here...When I used to sell auto parts (20 years ago), all of the spark plug manufacturers would have a competetive cross reference in the back of their catalog.  I did a search on line and see that champion has an on-line cross portion on their site.  NGK also has one.  AC delco has a cross reference by part number that might work also.  I would bet that if you could get a "paper" catalog from champion, AC delco, or others you would be ok.  .

bbwb

patsfan


Joined: Jan 19, 2003
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Re: Spark Plug "conversion" chart
Reply #4   Apr 20, 2005 9:11 am
Hi Paul,

       I have usually found a cross reference guide at Benny's ( which may be just local for me ) and other stores -in the section where the spark plugs and electrical /electronic components are.

                            

formerly OT
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