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How to remove stump jumper on bush hog [ Expand] [ View Follow Ups] [ Post Followup] [ Return to Forum] Posted by TerryMi on October 01, at from: 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. 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 hole must go through the stump jumper so the bolt pushes on the gearbox shaft. Jul 20, Most stump jumpers are seated on a tapered and splined shaft. By the shaft being tapered and seated the stump jumper is usually not going to just drop off after the bolt is removed.
It always takes some hammering (big hammer) and some heat from a propane torch for me to remove them. Quick heat around the shaft. 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.