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chugg89
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Date Posted:20/10/2012 11:36:00Copy HTML

anyone got a source for the locking tabs/washers used on the 4x4's?
- the ones used to secure the pairs of bolts (4 pairs in total) holding the front hub bearing dust caps in place

- the 'toothed' ones used behind the dust caps to secure the front hub nuts (sandwiched between the pair of large thin hub nuts)

- the ones used to secure the 7/16 UNF bolt that holds the front brake cylinders in place on the back plate

- and the leaf spring eye bolt locking washers for that matter
it seemed like a good idea at the time
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Re:locking 'washers'

Date Posted:20/10/2012 11:49:24Copy HTML

 I got some of the toothed ones knocking about, will pop a pic up tomorrow to check them.
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