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Definitely not 1/4-1/2 past finger tight...I know that's too loose.

I just tighten the plugs with a firm two hands until I would need to push it hard to move it any further. I know that sounds vague...but I've never had a problem with not getting plugs out.

Even if you just finger tightened the plugs, I can't imagine gas/oil coming out from the plugs. I can't help you hhere, but that sounds like another problem.
 

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Definitely not 1/4-1/2 past finger tight...I know that's too loose.

I just tighten the plugs with a firm two hands until I would need to push it hard to move it any further. I know that sounds vague...but I've never had a problem with not getting plugs out.

Even if you just finger tightened the plugs, I can't imagine gas/oil coming out from the plugs. I can't help you hhere, but that sounds like another problem.[/b]
YOUR RIGHT tHEY ARE SUPPOSE TO BE TIGHT, AND the correct way to tighten a sparkplug is, for a 98 mxz670, IS use a torque wrench with proper socket,(calls for loctite antizeze Spred thin) AND TORQUE TO TWENTY POUNDS. should cure the plugs leaking ,crash dummy
 

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When they are tight and the head is warm, carefull when pulling them out. You run the risk of stripping the head, and that's just no fun at all...
 

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When they are tight and the head is warm, carefull when pulling them out. You run the risk of stripping the head, and that's just no fun at all...[/b]
DID NOT NO THAT<allso found out from a pro racer not to worry about wetness around plugs, taking head off next season and re tapping threads, mite help the problem thanks.dave
 
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