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What is the Spark plug gap for NGK 2315 plugs on 6.1

I am replacing the stock plugs in my 6.1 with NGK Iridium plugs (#2315 i heat range colder). Any one know what the plug gap for these would be? I assume that it should be the same as stock, but want to be sure.


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gap 30 to 35
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Are you sure about .030 to .035? Stock plugs are gaped closer to .050. I need to be absolutely sure about this since these plugs are a pain to remove.
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