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How to remove stump jumper on bush hog

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10-01-2005 12:46:58

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How do you pull off the stump jumper on a bush hog? I have removed the nut that holds it on but can not move it at all. There must be a trick to it. I have to remove mine so I can tighten the bolts that hold the gear box. Thanks Terry

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10-02-2005 19:46:27

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 Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog in reply to TerryMi, 10-01-2005 12:46:58  
Yes, marlowe is correct. On my brush hog, I sharpen my blades every year so I take off the stump jumper and sharpen the blades on it (removeing one nut instead of two is easier I think). I remove the nut on the shaft and give it a little shake and it falls off. before I replace it I grease the shaft so it will be easy to remove next year. I have a freind that had the same problem as you awile back and we had to do the very same thing that marlowe expained.

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10-02-2005 13:17:54

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 Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog in reply to TerryMi, 10-01-2005 12:46:58  
i made a pull that went from the blade bolt holes across the center shaft [leave nut on shaft so you don't mess threeds up] and use a little heat and they pop right off

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10-01-2005 22:28:46

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 Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog in reply to TerryMi, 10-01-2005 12:46:58  
Pardon Ignorane Ter but whats a stump jumper??

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10-02-2005 07:53:45

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 Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog in reply to wayne2, 10-01-2005 22:28:46  
It is the large round pie pan shaped cylinder that the two blades are attached to. It is called or I have heard it called a stump jumper, because when you are chopping it helps move the chopper over short stumps.

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10-02-2005 21:04:21

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 Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog in reply to TerryMi, 10-02-2005 07:53:45  
Thats after blades have beat _ell out of tree to make stump??

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