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JEGS Spark Plug Gapper Disc

JEGS 80503

555-80503

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JEGS Spark Plug Gapper Disc $2.69
Spark Plug Gapper Disc

JEGS 80503 Details

For .020" to .100" (.5mm to 2.5mm) settings, this spark plug gapping tool quickly & easily sets the gap by aligning the leading edge of the electrode to the desired measurement (a tapered hole assists with electrode adjustment).

Does this set the correct gap for the 2010 Camaro SS 6.2L?

Asked by: AZWildcat
Yes this gauge would cover the gap needed for a 2010 Camaro 6.2L
Answered by: Jegs Tech
Date published: 2017-09-06
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