Re: spark plug??????
Not sure what kind of matchbooks you're used to but that would be closer to about .010. 024 to .028 is a good gap to start with.
Plug gapping tools are cheap, sometimes free at auto parts stores if you ask. Don't guess. Get a guage and set the plug gap correctly.
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