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I have a king kutter brush hog. the bolts are all loose on the gear box.. I have to take off the stump jumber to tighten them. Is the caslte nut on the shaft revers thread?

This is a 5 foot king kutter brush hog

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I took a stab at this... I hope this is what you are looking for:

http://www.kingkutter.com/downloads/manRKRK.pdf

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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In Gearboxes use gear oil (type GL5-85W 140 or Triple Zero
Grease; which can be poured, and has "EP" i.e. "Extreme Pressure" additives.) Fill the gearbox to approximately half-full level.

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