greasing linkage on 05, need help

I'm such an idiot! I was greasing my linkage on my 05 crf and when I went to reassemble everything I forgot which washers went where. There four total, two different sizes, can any of you guys tell me which ones go where? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I'd usually look into this but I'm feeling extremely lazy today (I love Saturdays. Here are the schematics, I'm sure you can figure it out from there.

A book / manual should be a necessity for every bike owner.

Are you following WRooster's Instructions?


Ref # Description Part number

1 cushion assy, rear shock 52400-KRN-731

2 spring, rear shock 52401-KZ3-J51

3 damper, rear shock 52410-KRN-731

4 stopper, spring seat 52419-KZ3-J21

5 rod, piston 52421-KRN-731

6 adjuster, spring 52422-KZ3-J31

7 nut, adjuster 52423-KZ3-J21

8 case, damper 52425-KRN-731

9 cap, air valve 52425-381-771

10 rod 52426-KRN-711

11 rubber, stopper 52427-MEB-751

12 plate, end 52428-KRN-711

13 case, rod guide 52429-KZ3-J41

14 ring, piston 52431-KZ3-J31

15 oring (3.5 x 43.7) 52434-KZ3-J21

16 oring (42.5 x 2.0) 52434-KZ3-J31

17 ring, stopper 52435-KZ3-J21

18 oil seal set 52436-MEN-671

19 nut, hex (12mm) 52438-KA4-741

20 adjuster 52440-MEN-671

21 bladder 52451-KRN-711

22 ring, stopper 52452-KS7-831

23 cap, chamber 52453-KRN-711

24 ring, stopper 52455-KZ3-J21

25 collar D, shock 52464-KRN-710

26 collar C 52463-KZ4-J40

27 collar D, shock side 52466-KRN-710

28 collar B, cushion 52464-KZ4-J20

29 arm, sub-assy 52465-KRN-710

30 collar A, conn rod 52473-KZ4-J20

31 collar, link side 52475-KZ4-J20

32 washer, thrust 52476-KZ4-J20

33 rod, sub-assy 52479-KRN-710

34 seat, spring 52486-KZ3-J21

35 ring, stopper 52487-KA4-831

36 label, rear shock 87516-KZ1-600

38 bolt, link (12 x 96) 90130-KZ4-J20

39 bolt, link (12 x 81.5) 90130-KZ4-J40

40 bolt, link (12 x 120) 90131-KRN-710

41 bolt, (upper) (10 x 53) 90152-MEB-750

42 bolt (10 x 43.5) 90153-KZ4-710

43 nut, U (12mm) 90306-KBP-901

44 nut, U (10mm) 90306-KZ4-711

45 washer, plain (12mm) 90501-KZ4-J40

46 bearing (20 x 26 x 14) 91053-KZ4-J21

47 bearing (19 x 26 x 13) 91074-KRN-711

48 bearing (10) 91074-MAC-741

49 oring (21.5 x 1.5) 91256-KZ3-731

50 oring (26.2 x 1.9) 91257-KZ3-891

51 dust seal (25 x 32 x 4) 91262-KZ3-731

52 dust, seal shock 91351-KZ3-731

53 dust seal (17.5 x 26 x 3) 91351-KRN-711

54 dust seal (16 x 26 x 3) 91351-MAC-671

55 washer, plain (12mm) 90501-KRN-710

56 bearing, needle (20 x 26 x 15) 91051-KSC-003

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