Ive just been getting reg stock replacement ones from NAPA there 8mm and only last me like a year, but there cheap, guess thats why the only last me a year, I like Talors and MSD but havent had a set of either yet, Accel also make some good plug wires yo9u can even get them as large as 9mm
I use Accel 300+ with Accel super coil and MSD AL. Ive ran the heck out of these wires for 2 yr's.Whatever type you decide on get the kind you can cut for the shortest route from the distributor to the plug. give yourself enough room to set your wires out of harms way.
I like my MSD 8.5mm Super Conductor wires. I burned one on my exhaust manifold two weeks ago, down to the inner webbing around the core stuff. I just secured it up and away from the manifold, and wrapped the burn section with electrical tape. Truck runs fine.
I am going to check out those Accel Armor ones that Boggin mentioned though when these go bad.
Oh yeah, and don't bother looking at those Nology wires on the main Chevy page. They want like $300 for an 8 cylinder set![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/shocked.gif[/img] No thanks![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
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I agree with shorts and AJM.....MSD superconductor 8.5mm wires, I like 'em and just buy some cheap moroso wire seperators, the wires are so thick anyway they just form to the shape you want them to be in, and they STAY with the moroso seperators.
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