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TRYIN TO PUT ON THE PULLEY IN THE RIGHT ORDER

HOW DOES THE PIECES OF THE PULLEY FOR A 97 NISSAN MAXIMA GO ON IN ORDER. IT HAS 4 SMALL PARTS

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Back plate which is flat, then pulley with bearing and lock ring then front plate nipple side in then lock washer and nut.

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