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How to remove stump jumper on bush hog

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10-01-2005 16:36:47

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What is the trick to removeing the stump jumper on a bush hog? I need to remove it, so I can tighten the bolts holding the gear box. Thanks Terry

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10-02-2005 18:11:03

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 Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog in reply to TerryMi, 10-01-2005 16:36:47  
On our 15 foot rhino there is a hole in the deck to tighten blades. We use a piece of 2 inch steel rod and set on the blade support and hit with a sledge hammer. Turn 180 and do the same. Some times we have to get pretty tough. If not to tight we sometimes use a iron digger bar and just hit on top of blade support.

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Tom in Mo.

10-01-2005 17:56:28

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 Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog in reply to TerryMi, 10-01-2005 16:36:47  
On my Bushhog 285 all you do is remove the blades from the yoke and the steel pan will fall off.

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10-01-2005 18:09:59

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 Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog in reply to Tom in Mo., 10-01-2005 17:56:28  
I should of mentioned when I used the term bush hog, it was a chopper, not the brand Bush Hog. Not sure what make it is. I did remove the nut that seems to hold it in place but does not want to move. Appreaciate your reply. Terry

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10-02-2005 17:42:50

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 Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog in reply to TerryMi, 10-01-2005 18:09:59  
The big bolts that hold the blades on have to be beat out without boogering up the threads as they are grooved to keep from spinning when time comes to tighten up the big nut. This is known as surgical beating!
The big nut in the middle attaches the whole assembly to the shaft of the gearbox. The two big ones that hold the blades to the yoke also hold on the stump jumper. Those stump jumpers I think are someones good idea that just didn't pan out.

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