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post #1 of 5 Old Nov 27th, 2006, 12:21 pm Thread Starter
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Anyone know the Bosch plug number for the LT K1200 engine? Many thanks.

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post #2 of 5 Old Nov 27th, 2006, 12:43 pm
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Anyone know the Bosch plug number for the LT K1200 engine? Many thanks.

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My leetle Service booklet sez: Bosch XR7 LDC. Also, in the 'Part Numbers' list in the Accessories pages here on site, it shows: 12 12 1 465 104 . HTH.
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My leetle Service booklet sez: Bosch XR7 LDC. Also, in the 'Part Numbers' list in the Accessories pages here on site, it shows: 12 12 1 465 104 . HTH.
Many thanks, Dick. Just what I needed. Is there a way to pull my post so I don't bother other folks?

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Many thanks, Dick. Just what I needed. Is there a way to pull my post so I don't bother other folks?

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I think you can pull up your post and see if there is an "Edit" button lower left. You may have a time limit on deleting a post - not sure. I'd just leave it - some of the new folks on the list and those who just pop in occasionally could benefit from reading it. Wuz a good question and not a bother - not everyone has the Service Booklet that came with original owner paperwork; nor aren't familiar with the Accessories pages here, under the 'Technical' button.
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Don't know how accurate it is but I found one cross ref for that plug. It is NGK's DPR7EA9. They have them at advance auto for $2.99 ea.
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