Well first off look at your loader to see if it has a mount for a pump but no pump there. Seen more then one person take the pump off and do as your is done because the old pump went bad and they did not want to spend $300 or so for a new pump. As for cost a lot depends on what you can find. The drive shaft parts can run around $100 for hub shaft etc. Then you need a pump which can cost you $200-1000 depending on what you get. You want a pump on the 8-10 GPM size or you can end up wearing what you have in the bucket due to the loader coming up way to fast and throwing the load out an on top of you and then you can be dead meat. Do not laugh at this part if it true seen it happen a few to many times
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