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Kawasaki kx 125 rear axel

I was taking the axel out and once i got it out i pulled out the wheel and three washers fell out i need to know where one of them goes i know where two goes but not sure about the other.. is it an extra for one side or what??

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Its not extra it goes on the side of the axle where it meets with the frame

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