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Steel Braided Spark Plug Wires?

I havnt seen any for a 98 ranger 3.0 and i would like to get some. Does anyone know if they make them? thanks
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should be next to the blinker fluid and the muffler bearings.


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super gildo, i will assume ur post was a silly joke so :P
karpe, the steel ones look better and last longer than normal ones, my headers have already cooked 2 sets of wires.
redneckstone, thanks for the link, they look pretty good
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... I think you are missing the point of Gil's and my posts

you can have steel braided brake lines because electricity is not running through there, that doesn't seem like the smartest idea to insulate something electrical with another conductive material.

Both Zach's and Bill's links give you Colored NONconductive material insulated plugwires...
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Both Zach's and Bill's links give you Colored NONconductive material insulated plugwires...

Bill? where is Bill?
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ya its Zach and Zach that stupid drunk ******...
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Bills in the avatar, I was reading quickly
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Tuner mod for sure. You can get the wires in any colour you want. Just reminds me of a Gatineau special.......french ride. LOL
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super gildo, i will assume ur post was a silly joke so :P
karpe, the steel ones look better and last longer than normal ones, my headers have already cooked 2 sets of wires.
redneckstone, thanks for the link, they look pretty good

Im guessing you should buy some header wrap??? you shouldnt have a problem with wires melting? maybe you have a lean condition?? vac. leak? maf dirty? clogged fuel filter or weak fuel pump???
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oh Nick here is an idear for the kid use the header wrap like you sayed and a wire LOOM holder for the spark plug wires so they dont touch the headers...
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