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What brand of spark plug would you recommend for a 2003 chevy tahoe with a 5.3. there are so many different brands and price ranges is there really all that big of a difference? thank for your time

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I would go back with factory plugs. that year model is designed to run many miles and i would stay with factory. I have an 04 model of the same engine.

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