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What's Your Review on JBA Power Cabels (Spark Plug Wires).

I'm looking at getting a set before Christmas, so whats your review on them. Like to hear what you all have to say. Even if you have them for the 3.0.

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buy wires and ish from graniteguy, he'll hook you up w/ a better price. UnderDog Performance Ignition
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ive got the JBA wires on my truck, runs great, nice and smooth, im also replaced my stock spark plugs with NGK irridius for spark plugs. runs so smooth. i love it i think it is worth it but i only bought the plugs, not the wires. wires were given to me.
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buy wires and ish from graniteguy, he'll hook you up w/ a better price. UnderDog Performance Ignition

Well, those wires you just listed are $15 cheaper, then the jba's, but what are the diffrence? Also, the price of the jba are $62.40 shipped.
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matt can you get me some part numbers? i dont know what brand graniteguys are, but we all know that JBA is a good brand name who has been around for a while.
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matt can you get me some part numbers? i dont know what brand graniteguys are, but we all know that JBA is a good brand name who has been around for a while.

Part# is 06759
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his are motorcraft, major difference...the label. other than that you'd have to the granite dude himself.
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jba wires are alot bigger and less resistance if i remember right, there is a difference.
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i like mine, although changing the plugs themselves is such a pain in the ****!
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