Posted by TerryMi on October 01, at from: 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. Sep 29, Posted: Fri Sep 27, pm Post subject: Re: Bush Hog Stump Jumper Removal: Worked on a 6 ft bushhog"squealer" once had to take the bolts out that held the knives on (big hammer). Then the pan came right off, but to get the big piece of solid bar off that splines to the gear box and that the knife bolts go through I had to wrap a chain around it and around a big bottle jack with the.
I have removed the nut that holds it on but can not move it at all.
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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. Follow Ups: Re: How to remove stump jumper on bush hog jimmy69 10/02/05 (0). May 17, Use wd40 and wedges between mower housing and stump jumper. loosen the castle nut untill you have 1/4" under it and the seat. Then hit the nut to.
May 29, Worked well until I hit a rock but agri supply stood behind it.
May 02, Lay out the center of the stump jumper and then drill and tap a 3/4 inch fine thread hole and wind a grade 8 bolt in and maybe it will free the stump jumper. The john deere stump jumper gear box removal must go through the stump jumper so the bolt pushes on the gearbox shrubclean.barted Reading Time: 4 mins.
May 05, After 2 hours of fighting i finally got the stumpjumper loose from the gear box here's how I succeeded Missing: john deere.
Sep 11, The stump jumper pan is usually welded to this bar especially on smaller mowers, though some have stump jumper bolted on to the bar. If bolted, you would just unbolt it from the bar. But if its welded to the bar (most likely), you will have to remove bar from the gearbox shaft. Maybe splined shaft or tapered shaft with key. Sep 05, If you want to get the stump jumper off, your only real option is lube the splines frequently for some period of time. Then I would try to work wooden wedges underneath to provide pressure.
A porta power with a wedge implement would help as well if you have one. Finally put the nut back on the shaft and hit the shaft with a brass hammer.