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Windscreen Question

I took my Hondaline windscreen off and painted the back side flat black today and remember how the washers came off, but want to know what order do they go back on? The way they were was Bolt, nylon washer, rubber washer, windscreen, bracket, nut. I'm thinking it should be either, bolt, nylon washer, windscreen, rubber washer, bracket, nut.... or bolt, rubber washer, windscreen, nylon washer, bracket, nut.

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Bolt, nylon washer, windscreen,rubber washer, bracket, nut.
At least that's how I remember. Do not overtighten.

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Thank you. I'm guessing that if it is overtightened it will lead to spider web looking cracks.

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Naah, it'll crush the rubber washer and deform it.

I overtighten it all the time.

I have to take it off when using the camcorder with the tank mount bracket.

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