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what kind of spark plug wrench are you suppose to use thanks
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spark plug socket with a foam insert inside. 5/8 you'll need extension and 3/8's ratchet. The foam insert holds plug in place.
Ask at any auto parts store they all sell them

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Yep as VJ says
And make sure you turn anti clockwise to undo and clockwise to tighten.
Don't strip the thread.
You'll need an old fashioned clock not a new fangled digital.

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One thats fits......
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Don't over tighten them either. 14.5 ft/lb max.
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what kind of spark plug wrench are you suppose to use thanks
I made a video on everything that you need to know about changing a spark plug on a Victory.

https://youtu.be/L34JwMHSV9E

It even mentions the spark plug socket.

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