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Remove Nut

With the Cotter pin removed, it is time to remove the nut. It should only be on hand tight so you will only need your fingers to unscrew it.

You can see the slots that the cotter pin passed through in this image. Clean the nut and set it aside for reassembly.

Remove the Washer

To remove the washer you may have to pull the rotor out a little - but not all the way as the outer bearing may also fall out (and you aren't quite ready for that yet). 

Note that the waher has a small protrusion on the inside edge. this keeps the washer from rotating on the axle when the wheel is turning.

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