I am not familiar with that X term, but I started in auto parts in '81 and they were still stocked some of the multi-piece type plugs.
We got in an AC plug one time with no threads on it.... I had more fun with that plug telling guys the '80 whatever year GM cars were coming out with press in plugs and you would have to go to the dealer to have them changed(back the you had to change plugs pretty often). They would get all fired up and raise cane about tapping out the heads and so forth...
Hey I remember those plugs. You had to cut the electrode end for the depth then use a die to thread them to the engine. Just like when they put the cardboard tube on them to protect the threads and electrode, you pushed it in til the threads grabbed then screwed it in. The tube compressed to make the gasket.
Richard & Jill
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