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    Default Plug wire separators for 95 Burb 5.7?

    I just bought a 95 Burb 5.7 and had to give it a good tune up, luckily, since I found 3 different types of spark plugs in there, one of them so old the gap had worn to .069, misfire found. Anyway, I broke some of the stock spark plug wire separators because it was 15 degrees out and they were old and brittle. So now I'm looking for replacements. I've eyeballed some of the aftermarket kits but the ones I have found are for old school heads, that you attach the brackets to the lower valve cover bolts. Obviously not going to work as is, since I have center bolt valve covers. Besides stock replacements, which I would be fine with, does anyone have a recommendation for an aftermarket set of wire holders?
    1997 Chevy K2500HD 6.5 TD Vin: F ... 1995 Chevy Suburban C2500 5.7

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    So you're looking for something like this:

    1996 Chevy Tahoe LT 5.7L V8 4X4 205,000+ miles. Built proudly at Janesville Assembly in Janesville, Wisconsin
    Basic mods: Lights all over, bunch of electrical work, and a couple cooling mods.

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    I used these on my engines, very easy to use and they go together with Allen screws. They make them for different sized wires too.
    2004 Chevy Colorado
    LS1 5.7 swap/TBSS rear axle swap

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    I'm looking closer to something mentioned in the first reply, with away to mount the clips. I like the Taylor ones, but seems like I wouldnt be able to secure them to anything.

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