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Old September 15th, 2021, 04:38 PM
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Default Looking for stock spark plug source

Got an email where a guy is looking for 1 stock spark plug...he knows the 2344 is old and gone but I said the 2407 will work...he replied:

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I have tried contacting Jegs, Advance, Autozone, Napa, OíReilly, Autolite website, vintage power wagons, and some company from California who is now out of business.

All Iím really looking for is one spark plug. A 2344.
Or better yet six 2407ís.

Anybody know a source for these?
I will pass the info on...so please post here...thanks!!
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Old September 16th, 2021, 01:20 PM
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Memphis has them, $19.50 EA, ouch...
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Old September 19th, 2021, 05:37 PM
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I just purchased 2 packages of 4 plugs. Autolite 2407. From combatediesel.com.br . Total cost $ 31.98. They apparently sell anything, clothing shoes etc. I will post back when they arrive. Hopefully legit. Scott
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To avoid problems, which plug number is the one that is the longer one? The short one is what our trucks use. You can use the longer ones but they are a pain to install and almost bang into each other.
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Don, I believe the 2407 Autolite is the shorter plug, and also is a hotter plug. Scott
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Don, I believe the 2407 Autolite is the shorter plug, and also is a hotter plug. Scott
My ignition "stuff" is on the shelf and somewhat buried. I will try to find out which one is the correct one. I have both.
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The 2407 is the proper shorter plug. I know that because I wrote the big long post about it here on the zone, Autolite 2407 have we been running the wrong plugs all along?
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I got a reply that the plugs have been found...at a price...

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I finally found my spark plugs. They are the original Autolite, resistor, #2344. I would like to have gotten the 2407ís but no oneĎs got them. Memphis equipment just got the 2344ís in. Almost 5000 of them. Theyíre $19.50 each. Quite pricey but to me itís worth the investment.
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