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    Posted 9 years ago

    ralph
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    very old spark plug I've had it for 50 years i was told it is called a green devil and came off a belt driven motorbike is there any one out there that knows if it is right.

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    1. ralph ralph, 9 years ago
      thanks to beachbomb
    2. ralph ralph, 9 years ago
      thanks to officialfuel
    3. ralph ralph, 9 years ago
      thanks to packrat-place
    4. ralph ralph, 5 years ago
      thanks to tom61375
    5. fuzzmugin fuzzmugin, 4 years ago
      Hi Ralph , This Splitdorf spark plug is a #182 7/8- 18 S.A.E Long
      and was specially constructed for use in the Franklin. Also can be used in any engine requiring a 7/8-18 plug with a long shell. doubtful if this was used in a Motorcycle as they used a much shorter reach plug.. Cheers Dennis .. Nice plug.. Never heard them called a Green Devil... But then again I have called plugs some unusual names...

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