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Spark Plug stripout

I tightened up the spark plug too tight and stripped threads. Retapped the threads but am worried the plug will pop out down the road. Is there a fix for this?????

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You can have this repaired professionally, not cheap but will be good and will settle your mind as you drive down the road ... it is cheaper than a new head.

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