also I switched around 9 and 10 on the above pic
9 is the conical spring and it goes on before the folding tab washer.
the folding tabs shouldn't go around the conical spring to lock in the nut.
Hey peanut, I will change the numbers in my earlier post.cough ahem... I think you mean 10 is the conical washer
I wasn't sure which way round to put them at first I have to say so in the absence of any evidence to the contrary and after some consideration I decided to put them on in the order that I've shown in my image for two main reasons .
Firstly the locating tabs on the thin locking washer are not in my opinion deep enough to sit sufficiently into their respective slots in the centre hub when they have to reach over the thickness of the conical washer placed underneath.
Secondly I found that if the lock tab washer was placed under the lock nut, the friction when torquing up the nut, turned the thin lock tab washer round forcing the tiny tabs hard against their slots when torquing up the nut .
If the tiny tabs do not sit sufficiently deeply into their respective slots in the centre hub there could be a tendency for the lock tab washer to creep round
I'd like to hear others thoughts on this . If there is a consensus of opinion or any technical reasons I'll amend my image.
Thanks ippytatoo! Wanted You to know that the basket was indeed installed incorrect.
the washers 1 ans 2 were installed backwards. that's why the outer basket had play in it.
I have fixed that and all is well.
I also shot a video of removing clutch baskets and replacing them correctly.