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Question Special nut in cam housing

When putting the case together on a 3.0 there is a special nut on the inside of one of the chain housings. Is there suppossed to be a washer there also?
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If you are talking about the 17mm nut, it requires a steel washer.
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That's the one. Thanks for the help.
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I think it takes a "wavey" lock washer doesn't it?
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nut/washer

yes its a 10mm wavey and a plain nut,torque to 25 ft.#

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Can the original washer be used or does it have to be replaced as a matter of course? I noticed that the nuts in the inside of the chain boxes are steel also (the ones that aren't nylocs). Do they need to be replaced or can they be reused?
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washers

new ones are preffered but if they still have a good shape (not flat) they will work, a drop of blue loc-tite works well along with it.
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Perfect - thanks!
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