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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

stripped threads on a bushog bolt

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lemroy

06-26-2014 19:25:15
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On my six foot Bushog the bolt that holds the stumpjumper and blades is stripped. How do I change it out or do I need to buy a new gearbox. Roy




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ET

06-27-2014 07:10:54
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 Re: stripped threads on a bushog bolt in reply to lemroy, 06-26-2014 19:25:15  
Can you put in a longer bolt? A heili coil is another posibility.



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lemroy

06-27-2014 17:47:36
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 Re: stripped threads on a bushog bolt in reply to ET, 06-27-2014 07:10:54  
I welded the nut on the bottom of the brushhog. I don't know how long that will last. However the cutter is getting old. I will prolly have to get another one. Thanks all you techs. Roy



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Doug Wi

06-26-2014 20:11:53
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 Re: stripped threads on a bushog bolt in reply to lemroy, 06-26-2014 19:25:15  
Probably won't hold in this instance, but sometimes you can fix them by wrapping nylon fish line around the bolt and then screwing it back in. Hitch on my 5000 ford was loose. A couple of the 4 bolts that hold the hitch assembly to the main rear casting were stripped enough you couldn't tighten them up. wrapped them with the fish line and they held till I put a discbine on the tractor. I suppose too much weight on the hitch. Discbine was too much for the 5000, so took it off. Rewrapped the bolts with the fishline and put them back in. That was 12 years ago and still seems to be holding. may not hold in your case but it won't cost much to try.

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AMO

06-26-2014 19:38:26
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 Re: stripped threads on a bushog bolt in reply to lemroy, 06-26-2014 19:25:15  
I TOOK MINE TO A LOCAL WELDING SHOP AND THEY knew what AND HOW TO PUR A NEW BOLT IN with several hours labor.



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