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I just want to no is there two washers on the back swing arm or is there only one on the chain carrier

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I am unsure which washers you are asking about. You can go to the web site below and view an exploded diagram of the swing arm and rear wheel components. Do the "PARTS SEARCH BY MODEL" option. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
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