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if your pressure is too low this fix is quite expensive and not worth for older cars, so the first thing you should try to keep it running is to use THICKER OIL (W20-50 or such), + oil stabilizier (any good oil additive).
I tried it in my Jeep,- helped right away.. Good luck
Any auto parts store can get the kit for you. The carb should have a metal service tag attached to one of the screws on top or side. You'll need the numbers on this tag to get the correct carb kit. If no tag is found then look for numbers either stamped or cast into carb, probably on bowl or on top.
Actually, yes, it could be used. The 7 & 8 mm specs are for the insulator diameter/cross section. For the spark, what is important is the center core conductor. Radio suppressed would indicate means that it is designed to reduce interference effect on car radios, Hi-temp would be just that but since all sparkplug wires are designed to operate in the engine compartment, all would have more or less the same capability on this, triple silicon would refer to how many coating/shielding/layer of insulator.
no should be same engine. check your engine mounts and tranny mount. how bad a vibration? sometimes after installing engine the trans gets shifted around and if mount was worn it will allow it to hit crossmeber and vibrate.