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short plugs

I have researched it but the info is somewhat confusing, I need a 5/8 (small ) plug for a GM crate motor 350/260 that is short so the plug wire is not on the header.
Stainless block hugger headers.

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Accel and NGK make shorty plugs, Summit has them.
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+1 on the NGK plugs.
No need to look for special 'shorty' plugs just cross reference your plugs to an NGK number, they're cheaper than the accel shorty plugs and are about the same length (at least every time I have checked...)
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I also thank you for that info, I didn't know NGK made the short plugs. Never cared for the accel plugs, trhanks.
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