but the thing is that bosch doesn't have any spark plugs for legends according to their online application guide. And +4's can't be gapped without the proper tool. What model of +4 did he get?Armayo said:A friend of mine installed Bosch Platinum +4's and he really liked 'em. They come pre-gapped so ya just throw 'em in and roll.
I went to autozone(parts) today to find out what the deal was. I went over to the counter and asked did they have +4s for the Legend. So the dude goes into the "back" and comes out and says " we have 'em for 86-90" I asked did he have 'em for 91-95 and he goes into the "back" again and comes out and says "we don't have any here, but do you want me to order 'em for ya" I just had the 60K service 200mi ago so I said naaaa. So I don't know maan. My friend has an 88 Ford Ranger 2.3. I paid a lot for those OEM platinums, so I believe all those choices are cheaper than OEMclaus44 said:
but the thing is that bosch doesn't have any spark plugs for legends according to their online application guide. And +4's can't be gapped without the proper tool. What model of +4 did he get?
I just ordered some $500+ parts from http://foreigncarpartsonline.com/ and they gave me $9.00 per plug for the Denso Iridium. You might give them a shot, oh, tell them about the legend forum for discount hope this helps some!jime said:I need to change spark plugs and am looking for advice. Should I get NGK Iridiums, Nippon Denso Iridiums, or stick with the OEM platinum plugs?
Smart man. Right now I have the NGK platinums only because it was in there after my 60K service. Hower, I now have 85K miles, so I'll be dropping in some copper NGK plugs this time around.DSMKiller said:I use NGK Copper plugs, feels like i get better spark, and all 6 together cost less than one platinum, Works for me
My brother put a set of Bosch Platinums (single gound electrode)in his '93 Bronco. Changed the wire set too.assmaster said:can anyone else testify to the reliability of the bosch spark plugs?