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I recently purchased an 86 Aspy with 86k and I am doing a tuneup. Whether they are truly needed or not I want to replace the plug wires. Does anyone have a good site that I can get the wires and caps from?
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Any auto supply or electrical wholesaler that handles gas fired appliances especially furnace repair, keep the same size wire. Clean all your parts including the coils, terminations and keep the length of HT leads about 1/2 longer so you can trim the end(s) periodically. Mark your wires as to 1, 2, 3, 4 near the plug connector.
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I ended up finding what I needed at Dennis Kirk at a good price.

Part# 2021
Spark Plug Wire Color: Black
Length: 72 in.
Type: Plug Wire - Universal
Units: Each
9.50 Lbs. $2.95 $5.90 4
Part# 20306
XD05F Spark Plug Cap Type: Plug Cap
Units: Each
0.48 Lbs. $3.55 $14.20
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i just bought a set of wires from summit and did away with the resistor caps,etc $41.95 + s/h part # G830

the wires are spiral wound for emi suppression and are low resistance which will provide a higher voltage to plugs

have not noticed any problems with radio reception


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