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King Kutter 5ft.

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Gene Ballard

06-11-2013 18:00:56

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On the bottom of the stump jumper, is the nut suppose to be welded to it? The 4 bolts that hold the gear box on can not be tighten without dropping the stump jumper. The picture in the book does not show the nut welded on. can some one give me some advice?

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06-11-2013 20:54:40

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 Re: King Kutter 5ft. in reply to Gene Ballard, 06-11-2013 18:00:56  
on my 6 ft cutter the nut that holds the stump jumper to the gearbox is tight and it has a cotter key that insures the nut does not back off.
need to check it from time to time.

if you ever take the stump jumper off for what ever reason.
I would put anti seize on the shaft so next time the stump jumper will be easier to get off the gearbox shaft.

I had my gearbox come loose once from the cutter deck, I took the stump jumper off then turned the bolts around that attach the gearbox to the frame of the cutter.
Then replaced the nuts with new nuts that have nylon inserts and lock tight them on as I did not want that gearbox coming loose again.

so far so good,

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Russ from MN

06-11-2013 20:27:35

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 Re: King Kutter 5ft. in reply to Gene Ballard, 06-11-2013 18:00:56  
We have one, and it seems like I tightened those bolts once, maybe I reached in above the stump jumper with a long open end? don't remember! Thought I was going to have to pull the stump jumper a couple of years ago, the bottom seal was leaking, then it healed up, go figure! Pretty good machine considering what we paid for it, about $550 new! Ran a rock the size of a football through it one of the first times I used it, King Kutter survived better than the rock! I did add a slip clutch to it ($100) got tired of changing shear pins in the flies!

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