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Do you happen to have the engines serial number handy?
The older 80's units take an NGK BPZ-8H-N-10 for a plug. I wanted to run your serial number to make sure that is actually what you had though. But if your positive on the year, it will be that plug.
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It all depends on why the plug is wrong. Plugs come in different shapes, styles, and heat ranges. The most common mistake is a wrong heat range plug.
If you put in to cold of a plug, it's no big deal, and the spark plug fouls out prematurely
If you put in to hot of a plug, you can melt the motor down internally.