Went to install the PSC steering pump that I bought when I bought my new PSC steering box for the crossover setup. I noticed right off that the return line tube on the PSC unit was farther inboard and had to do a little S curve to make it out to the outside. After bolting the new pump in, I see that the return tube is pressed up against the block at one point, and hitting the stock exhaust manifold on the outer part. It is also restricted from moving up and down because of this. I fired off an e-mail to PSC and I'm sure we will get it resolved. Anybody know why the return line is so different though? On to the main question. After puttin the pump, I see that the pulley on the pump is slightly offset from the main pulley. The belt is angled a bit from the main pulley to the pump pulley. How far off can you be before you have belt problems? If it is off at all, do you wear you pump bearings excessively?