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    There have been comments elsewhere, but please check that those spark plugs are genuine, apparently a lot of NGK junk copies on the Bay. Would be a shame to damage that work of art for the sake of a few pence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve1275 View Post
    There have been comments elsewhere, but please check that those spark plugs are genuine, apparently a lot of NGK junk copies on the Bay. Would be a shame to damage that work of art for the sake of a few pence.
    This kind of stuff really worries me. You never know if the motor factors out there, including the big names, are getting their parts from the same company's that the EBay'ers are.

    How do you know what you are buying these days? More and more stuff seems to fail after a very short time.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve1275 View Post
    There have been comments elsewhere, but please check that those spark plugs are genuine, apparently a lot of NGK junk copies on the Bay. Would be a shame to damage that work of art for the sake of a few pence.
    Thanks for the warning. I may err on the side of caution and get the Autolites from the States.

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    This arrived instead of the balancer puller! Anyone know what its for? Has now been returned for the correct item!


    This finally arrived today. Hope to get the balancer off now, hone the inside a fraction and re fit.
    Last edited by fabphil; 12-03-19 at 02:28 PM.

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    Phil, that first kit is for winding back brake caliper pistons, very useful on cars built after about 2002 as a lot of rear disc braked cars that also use the caliper for the hand brake need the pistons winding back in not pushing.

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