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How to change spark plugs on vs800

What socket size do i use to take out spark plugs

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Hello, I don't know what size the socket you will need, but an easy way to find out is buy the spark plug(s) that is recommended for your bike, then go to an auto parts store with your plug, and find out what size socket you will need.

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17mm

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13/16" or 21mm

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