CM6 source--cheap!!

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CM6 source--cheap!!

Post by hinote » Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:11 pm

Hello:

I've just ordered a box of 10-CM-6 spark plugs for $17.95, plus shipping.

That seems like a pretty good price, compared to recent quotes on this Forum.

Look at:

http://www.motodepot.com/street/engine/ ... ndard.html

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Re: CM6 source--cheap!!

Post by Eric » Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:34 pm

how much of a shipping and "processing" fee did they charge?

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Re: CM6 source--cheap!!

Post by hinote » Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:55 pm

Eric wrote:how much of a shipping and "processing" fee did they charge?

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$10.00--which is high--but even including that, it's only $2.80 per plug.

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Re: CM6 source--cheap!!

Post by Mark » Fri Feb 25, 2005 9:36 pm

The NGK site charges $2.25 per plug plus shipping. So a ten pack would be $22.25 plus shipping whatever NGK charges.
The $17.95 for a ten pack plus $10.00 shipping and handling comes to $27.95.
I guess the best thing would be to find a local supplier or go the Zannin (sp) way.
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PS I wonder if any of those other plugs listed would be interestingly smallish.
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Re: CM6 source--cheap!!

Post by Nathan » Sat Feb 26, 2005 3:37 am

PS I wonder if any of those other plugs listed would be interestingly smallish.
Investigate chainsaw and string trimmer plugs. Most of them are small, locally available, and cheap.

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Re: CM6 source--cheap!!

Post by mk » Sat Feb 26, 2005 12:28 pm

Nathan wrote:Investigate chainsaw and string trimmer plugs. Most of them are small, locally available, and cheap.
Here in Germany they usually come with M14 thread (14mm thread OD). The same being used for most mopeds and cars. Their advantage only consists of being smaller (with regard to their entire hight) and lighter than those medium and long threaded plugs. Also the insulator is kept smaller and lighter. Getting plugs with M10 or at least M12 threads -- for only welding suitable nuts to the engine insted of building M14 connectors on my own -- would be nice, but they are mostly very expensive and hard to get.
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