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|Charles Vernon||I have a Massey 180 with LIPTO, multipower and remote hydrolics. Of course all this runs on a auxiliary pump. None of it was working so I split the tractor and found the problem right off. The tube that runs from the pump to the left side plate had pulled out and droped down inside the case. I got a new plate but while it was down, decided to check everything else out. The pump looks and seems to be as new; however the mounting plate and idler pully is worn and there is some play there. The gears mesh fine and are worn some but mesh fine with no pits or breaks. Think it would be OK to put this back as is or should I spend mega bucks for a new mounting plate and idler shaft?