I'm fixing an old Schwinn Collegiate, and the front hub may or may not have been worked on before. I'm finding no cone locknuts. On one side, there is a tabbed washer. 2 ear tabs hold the cone on 2 sides, on the other side, a single ear tab that fits in the drop out to stop it from spinning. Should there be 2 washers like this? Or, when installing the wheel, do I tighten the washer side of the hub, then adjust the non-washer side when I have the cones properly tightened, then lock down the axle nut?
Update: I made another cone lockwasher out of some heavy gauge aluminum just in case there was supposed to be one on both sides, but it's not necessary. I might add some medium loctite to the cones so they don't move so freely when removing the wheel to fix a flat (so it doesn't lose adjustment).