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Re: P41 saw spark plug gap
« on: June 20, 2014, 01:01:43 pm »
I believe the plug you are using is a tapered seat plug. Your saw uses a washer type flat seal. You are jamming a tapered seat into a plug hole not made for it.
Ditch that plug and get a CJ7Y.
See it that helps.
If it doesn't, you may have a timing issue.
Tim

 

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