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I can't find any 3/4" tab washers for holding the nut on my keyed variator shaft. does anyone know of a source for this? Thanks,Jim
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13/16": http://www.easternmarine.com/ez-load...-washer-f10453
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the funny thing jim i don't have those washers on mine and i have never had one come loose the plus side of not having them it makes it easy to remove the shives when i have to for service
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the funny thing jim i don't have those washers on mine and i have never had one come loose the plus side of not having them it makes it easy to remove the shives when i have to for service
I just took a look at the parts manual and it shows a locking washer.
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