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Pump base lug loose

Lost all hydraulic oil as the bolts on the base lug (Western Part 25968K) stripped out of the pump body. Cause was all the washboard dirt roads I drive on year round. I drilled and tapped to a 3/8 bolt, but would there be any real reason not to epoxy the bolts in as a precaution against them stripping again? This is an old pump body with a new motor & pump and I don't have the $$ for a new one. Why is there fluid there in the first place?
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