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My snow blower uses a RJ19LM Sparkplug, my local power equipment dealer only has J19LM plugs. Is it OK to use a non resistor plug in my snow blower?

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It would not matter, unless you are listening to an AM radio. Mechanically and performance wise, it should operate without a difference.

So, unless you are like me, with a pair of work-tunes headphones, listening to AM radio, then you should be fine.

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What he said.

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Make sure the windows are up before the snow plow goes by !!

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