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Champion 844 H10C SE Spark Plugs, 1939-53 Ford Flathead
Champion 844 H10C SE Spark Plugs, 1939-53 Ford Flathead

Champion 844 H10C SE Spark Plugs, 1939-53 Ford Flathead

Gasket Spark Plug Seat Style, Gasket Seat Taper, 0.4375" Spark Plug Reach, 14mm Thread Pitch

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Champion 844 H10C SE Spark Plugs, 1939-53 Ford Flathead
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Champion 844 H10C SE Spark Plugs, 1939-53 Ford Flathead
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  • 14mm threads
  • 7/16" reach
  • 13/16" wrench size
  • Flat gasket seal
  • 1939-53 Ford Flathead

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Spark Plug Seat Style:
Gasket
Seat Taper:
Gasket
Spark Plug Reach:
0.4375"
Thread Pitch:
14mm
Insulator Type:
Non-projected
Resistor:
No
Spark Plug Heat Range:
10
Core Material:
Copper
Tip Material:
Nickel Alloy
MFG. Part #:
844 H10C SE
Wrench Size:
13/16"
Sold in Quantity:
Each
GTIN Code:
037551000579

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These spark plugs fit all 1939-53 Flathead Fords. Work very well with our ignitions.

  • 14mm threads
  • 7/16" reach
  • 13/16" hex
  • Flat gasket seal

Item Details

7/16" Reach, 13/16" Hex, 14mm Threads

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • Learn how to install spark plug wire ends. Our step by step guide takes you through terminal end and boot installation with the use of a wire stripper tool.
  • In preparation to transplant a 430hp 383 stroker into Project Chevelle, Zach R. made up a set of plug wires for the car. To keep it nice and tidy they needed to be routed just right, be the perfect length and not distract from the engine!
  • Jeff demonstrates how to install the front runner drive system by Vintage Air in his 1967 Chevelle project car all while maintaining a simple, factory fresh look.

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