i have done a lot in frames the main thing that you want to do is look at main and rod bearing if they have a lot of wear on them then the blancer bushing could be going bad. as far as removing oil pump it can be done the shaft is a taper fit so loosen the nut on shaft then with a brass drift knock the shaft from gear. now i well get lot don't do but to get the nut to re tighten you may have to wedge a drift in between the pump gears to hold it as you re torque the nut its best to use a new nut as it is a self locking nuts also i put a drop of lock tight on it. a good in frame well last a long time and depending on number hrs that you use your tractor it may well be the best way to go.
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