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ole matty

spark plug gap?

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any1 know the gap to spark plug on johnson 20 hp tiller motor? appearently i lost the manual book abt the motor

thanks

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Do you have the serial number or year of the motor? I believe its around .030-.036 but the year would sure help.

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i believe its 1992.

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On my old outboard it was printed on the inside of the cover. You might check there.

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You can usually find that in the plug book at a place like Fleet Farm. You can look up you specific motor or implement, find the proper plug and gap. A standard gap is .030.

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thanks for reply the guy i bought spark plug from say its .030

so thanks for the reply.. now i hope its start better!

happy fishing

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