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I hope all is well with everyone. I tore apart two curados today to Clean them, etc... I took careful note of the order of disassembly. Unfortunately, I didn't notice that two washers were cupped on each when I dismantled them and now don't know which way they go. I've looked at the shimano web site and still can't tell. To anyone who may know....

There are three washers in a row in assembly. The first two, of equal size, have an oblong hole (for lack of a better term) in the center to fit the shaft. The third is larger and gold on one side. Assuming the first two are this ")" and the gold sided washer is this "l", how do they go in order? Like this? ))l Or this? ((l

Thanks to anyone who may know who will share their knowledge.
 

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Desert Cajun,

The washers can be placed either way )( or (). Everything I have read is that () is preferable. Those two washers go on first and then the washer with the gold side out.

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Thanks for the help. I figured I had a 50/50 chance, either like this (( or this ))...thats what I get for thinking.
 

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cajun. if you use the washers like this )) or like this (( you might as well use one washer cause 2 wont make any difference.

Beveld washers are designed to be used like this )( and some people use them like this ( ) they are like a compression plate and add thickness to where its need useing them the wrong way will give you slop in the reel and to much endplay. this )( is wider than this ((.


Hope I explained that correctly.




Delw



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Not only did you explain that correctly, I actually understood what you meant the first time I read it. Did you finally bite the bullet and purchase a Webster's Dictionary. Just bustin' your balls, Delw...thanks for explaining it in idiot-proof form for me.
 
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The washers you are refering to are named Belville washers. Don't know why but thats what they are called
 
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