Thanks Steve. The plate does have heavy marks inside from the gears. I am hoping these do not affect pressure. The machined area that I mentioned is about a half inch by half inch, and only to the inside. It is also offset from the center a bit. I can rotate the 180* and it puts the mach area to the other side of the pump internals. If I flip it over, there would be no machine mark (not sure the beveled screw holes would let me do that anyway.).....Thanks also for verification of the rod direction. I had it right.
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