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I have a friend with a 1960 T110 and would like to check if there is a thrust washer on the drive side between the crankshaft bearing and the engine sprocket? There is not one shown in the parts list but neither is one shown on my 1970 T120 but there is one present which is just under 1/8" thick with a small rebate around the inner hole circumference. Any thoughts please?


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If you missed it out, would the sprocket then be out of line with the clutch chain wheel?


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I think that is the case which he is going to check.


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