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Nickel Spark Plug by NGK (part#7787) / Spark Plugs

Part No. 7787 Warranty  
$5.59
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Brand: NGK
Advance Auto Parts Part#: 20650567
Suitable vehicles: Click to find if this product can be used with your vehicle:
  • Toyota
    • 4Runner
      • 2004
        • 2004 Toyota 4Runner (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2003
        • 2003 Toyota 4Runner (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
    • 4Runner Sport
      • 2006
        • 2006 Toyota 4Runner Sport (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2005
        • 2005 Toyota 4Runner Sport (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
    • 4Runner SR5
      • 2007
        • 2007 Toyota 4Runner SR5 (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2006
        • 2006 Toyota 4Runner SR5 (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2005
        • 2005 Toyota 4Runner SR5 (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
    • FJ Cruiser
      • 2008
        • 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2007
        • 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
    • Tacoma
      • 2009
        • 2009 Toyota Tacoma (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2008
        • 2008 Toyota Tacoma (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2007
        • 2007 Toyota Tacoma (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2006
        • 2006 Toyota Tacoma (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2005
        • 2005 Toyota Tacoma (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
    • Tacoma Pre Runner
      • 2007
        • 2007 Toyota Tacoma Pre Runner (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2006
        • 2006 Toyota Tacoma Pre Runner (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)
      • 2005
        • 2005 Toyota Tacoma Pre Runner (4.0L 3956CC V6 FI VIN: 1GRFE)


Corrugated ribs help prevent flashover; high dielectric strength; proper heat transfer; works to eliminate combustion gas leakage; enhanced spark and heat transfer; improved anti-fouling; corrosion resistance.

Product Features:
  • Triple gasket-sealing process virtually eliminates gas leakage past the shell
  • 99% highly pure alumina silicate insulator enables use of longer insulator noses to reduce fouling
  • 3-step trivalent-plating process uses silver chromate and zinc for enhanced corrosion resistance
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Electrode Core Material:nickel with V groove
Electrode Tip Material:nickel with V groove
Ground Strap Quantity:1
Manufacturer Heat Range:6
Resistor:Yes
Shorty Spark Plug:No
Spark Plug Reach:26.50 mm
Spark Plug Seat Type:gasket
Spark Plug Thread Size:14 mm
Tip Configuration:Solid
Type:V-Power
Wrench Diameter:5/8 in

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NGKNickel Spark Plug
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

NGK vs Denso

By Bob the builder

from So. ILL

Verified Buyer
Level 1

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Install

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about NGK Nickel Spark Plug:

      When I changed the plugs at 30,000 miles as recommended in the owner manual on my 2008 Toyota Tacoma one bank had Denso copper plugs and the other NGK copper plugs. After reading the reviews I'm glad I chose the NGK. I noted a significant increase in wear on the Denso plugs as compared to the NGKs. I did not expect to see much difference after so little mileage but it was there. I deliberated on buying platinum plugs vs the recommended copper. Since the expense is relatively minimal and the install was not difficult I obviously went with the copper plugs

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      4.0

      2008 Tacoma Spark Plugs

      By Part Time Mechanic

      from Louisville, KY

      About Me Auto Enthusiast, Casual Driver, Mechanic, Truck Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer
      Level 1

      Pros

      • Improves Engine Efficiency
      • Increases Power

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Everyday Driving
        • Replacement

        Comments about NGK Nickel Spark Plug:

        I made the mistake of installing platinum plugs not long ago, and though I knew that it was not the required spark plug, I figured on saving money, and not lose any performance. Well, in doing this, I sacrificed on gas mileage & performance, and knew almost immediately the plug was not right for my vehicle. For this truck, the NGK or comparable plug is the way to go. The question I have, is why any plug less than required, is even listed for the vehicle.

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        4.0

        NGK Spark Plugs Perform Well

        By DM

        from Saint Louis, MO

        About Me Auto Enthusiast, Intermediate mechanic

        Verified Buyer
        3 or more reviews submitted

        Pros

        • Easy To Install
        • Well made

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Everyday Driving
          • Replacement
          • Stock performance

          Comments about NGK Nickel Spark Plug:

          These spark plugs are direct stock replacements for my car and not an upgrade.

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          • Q:

            how long do these plugs last
            Asked on 3/10/2012 by Anonymous

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              A:

              Normally, the expected life is 60,000 to 80,000 miles on an unaltered motor. If installed to a regular engine they would likely last longer than most people keep their car (barring any motor problems that can cause premature plug death). But, these usually come in heat ranges too cold for an unaltered motor and are usually used in racing applications where all bets are off.

              Answered on 3/11/2012 by Vincent from AAP
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