<VV> Now my question

Ron Hinz ronh at owt.com
Mon Feb 9 15:48:29 EST 2015

Always use it, and I'm in the dry (almost) west.


-----Original Message----- 
From: corvairduval--- via VirtualVairs
Sent: Monday, February 9, 2015 8:47 AM
To: virtualvairs at corvair.org
Subject: Re:  Now my question

Sparingly is my advice also.

I have been using it on most every plug for 20 years, even those in cast
iron heads.

I am in the rusty east.

Frank DuVal

Original email:
From: Bryan Blackwell via VirtualVairs virtualvairs at corvair.org
Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2015 11:20:18 -0500
To: JRVIDRINE at aol.com, virtualvairs at corvair.org
Subject: Re: <VV> Now my question

I've read a lot of debate on the topic, the key from the people who do is
to just use a little.  Champion actually makes a product for plugs:


In the description it says "Apply sparingly to second and third threads. Do
not contact electrodes as it could short out the plug. Do not apply to
shielding barrel threads."


> On Feb 9, 2015, at 7:48 AM, JRVIDRINE--- via VirtualVairs
<virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:
> I am about to change out the spark plugs on my 62 Corvair Monza.  I  have
> always used some (a very light coating) of anti-seize compound to spark
> plugs.  I intend to do so this time.  I would like to get comments on
this pro
> or con.  I generally use anti-seize compound on just about all  bolts
> re-assembling components.  This is something that I learned  years ago
> working as a mechanic in gas processing plants.

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