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Lowes First Fire and Kohler spark plugs - small engine mowers, snow blowers - YMMV $1

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Found in store at Lowes 10 different sizes on shelf marked down from $4.98 to $1.25 and from $3.98 down to $1.00, some $6.98 orig down to $1.70.

Same prices found online at Lowes.com and was able to check the sizes I needed at home for mowers and snowblowers by their website under specifications tab. (more common Champion #'s like RJ19LM were available) for free store pick up.

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https://www.lowes.com/pd/First-Fi...ne/4067580
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Thanks for the post. Good deal for a spark plug.

Don't mean to discourage anyone from buying one, but I have heard people having issues with the e3 / first fire brand more than other brands even though the plug looked in good shape. (Bruce pender YouTube). It's always a good idea to check the gap and check resistance with a meter.
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I've used FF plugs before and they worked well but the Lowes reviews are mostly bad so it dosent surprise me they are on clearance.
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The one reviewer who had the problem claims the plug was too long and the piston hit it.. IDK, but you would think that has to be a outlier.. But I would compare the old one with the new one for any plug replacement,. You should want to know how the condition of the old one anyway..
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Not worth the Hassle for these cheap Chinese plugs. Just bought 4 good NGK BPMR7A from Advance Auto for $2 each.
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