Question about 1936 Daimler Light
Make and type of plugs for E20
This appears to be an old engine so what I would do is take an old plug out and measure the reach ( length of the thread from the base to the end of the thread ) next measure the diameter of the plug thread. The dimensions you get will read like 3/4 reach and 1/2 dia (19 mmx14mm) . Get a plug chart at your local auto spares store and find a plug that matches your dimensions ( the ones you have ). when you have a plug that meets your dimensions then check the chart again for the heat range . Select a plug around the middle of the range . Next check the protrusion of the centre electrode and opt for one that is level with the end of the plug. Through out the chart there will be many makes of plugs but which one you chose for that thread length and dia they will all be the same.
Posted on Mar 19, 2014
Testimonial: "Thanks Bill. Unfortunately the incorrect plugs are currently installed [They are 3/4 reach and I think should be 1/2 ].I feel I shall have to contact the Daimler Club in Melb for support. Many thanks for your effort , regards , Simon."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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