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What is the spark plug gap setting for a poulan pro 25cc pole saw

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Without seeing the saw and pole we cannot answer your question.

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SOURCE: What is the air gap between ignition coil and fly wheel on a poulan pro pp4218 avx?

For practical application you can just use a new business card or 3x5 recipe card. You don't want to use same card too many times though because thickens of card will change with use, and exposure to liquids. I don't remember right off hand the exact specs but I do know we have used this method for years.

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