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Good Morning everyone,

I did a couple of searches to see what spark plugs would be best for my truck.
Denso or NGK came up. I am now set to buy my plugs. What I didn't see was where to buy the plugs. I know that the NGKs are $12.00 at O'Reillys.

I have been using Rockauto with great results.
The prices are much lower
Denso ranges from $5.38 to $8.33
NGK is $9.60

Have a great day!
 

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Personally not a fan of rock auto, I can always beat there price and find there shipping high. Try Amazon for the plugs.
 

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I buy them at the local auto brick & mortar stores anymore.
That way I can check the gap clearance at the counter before purchase.
I've gotten some online once and had to reset the gab clearances. Not a big deal, but why take the chance.
I don't know what happened to the pre-gapped clearances.
I have not had any issues lately, but it's still a process I do.
 

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After workin on many,many ,many motors stickin with the stock plugs has always been the best,for what reason I dont know. Just find your best deal on stockers.
 

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After workin on many,many ,many motors stickin with the stock plugs has always been the best,for what reason I dont know. Just find your best deal on stockers.
I couldn't agree more northernlights.
I've tried many 'magic' plugs and end up pulling and going back to stock.
That goes for every vehicle I've ever owned and it's a great point to bring up.
 

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After workin on many,many ,many motors stickin with the stock plugs has always been the best,for what reason I dont know. Just find your best deal on stockers.
Yes, but in the case of the Ridgeline there is no reason to buy the OEM plugs from the dealer. The stock plugs are: NGK IZFR5K11 Laser Iridium and can be had for under $60 for all 6.
 

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I bought mine at O'Reilly's. Now that I have Amazon Prime, I'd probably order them online.

Agree on going with the NGK OEMs.

Chip H.
 
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