Just finished up overhauling a bagger vac attachment I received with one of my tractors. Runs great, but I chewed up my new belt on it's debut voyage. Four pulleys on this system and I have the problem narrowed down to the idler bracket which has the spring attached. The bracket itself consists of two pieces of flat stock and those are welded to a bushing. The bushing is so worn out that the spring tension causes the bracket to twist, rather than pivot on the mounting bolt. Since this was an abused piece of equipment I received in a package, and the bracket had a bend in it when received, I would appreciate some confirmation on how the bracket is supposed to look. Are the long arms totally straight, or is there an offset bend on the leg which has the idler pulley mounted? This bracket is NLA and I have two choices: rework this bracket or have some stock laser cut and welded together with a new bushing.