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    Jon
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    Correct Spark Plug Gap?

    2000 Chevy K2500 5.7 Vortec...is it .060? Thanks Forum!!


    Jon in RI

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    Yes... .060 is the correct gap.

    RI huh.. what part... I grew up there. (Over taxed overpopulated )

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    It should have a sticker around the radiator area with all the specs.

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    Bristol RI...... not a bad little town.... but I love it! Oh, and thanks so much for the gap info!

    Jon

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