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vardy from sydney aust...but don't hold that against me,,,i have changed 3 out of 4 spark plugs but the forth is under the frame on the top right hand side,,,can anyone help...
 

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Pop off the seat - remove 2 nuts holding down the gas tank. Pop off the dry break while you're in there too. Next, pull off the side scoop and remove the dry break there. Next disconnect the little over fill / vent hoses (to the front of the scoop). All this takes is like 2 minutes max. Now pull off the tank and you'll have easier access to the plugs...
 

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After removing the gas tank, I had to get a swivel to attach to the socket wrench so that I could pivot the spark plug socket under the bar and on to the plug. Works like a charm every time.
 

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I found that the factory plug socket in the tool kit is about as good a tool as I could find. It is hard to get on the plug even with the tank removed.
 
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