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When do i change spark plugs in suzuki 1300 yom 2006

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I change mine at about 20,000klms, but if you take them out and clean them and regap them you can re use them as the really don't wear out.
I have seen a spark plug removed from a car and the metal at the plug point was almost non existant but the car was still running
hope this helps your decision

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