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Old 12-14-20, 08:33 AM
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T-Mar
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One caveat to the above information. I would not apply any lubrication to the white washer on the friction plate or any surface that comes into contact with it, as it appears to to be Teflon or some other form of friction reducing plastic. Lubrication can make these too slippery and make it difficult to adjust a proper level of friction. Lubrication may also cause breakdown of the material.
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