One of my employees put my new Toro 580D in a pond! I have turned it in to the insurance and they want to change out and flush the hydraulic system, which is full of water,and grease all the grease points until clean grease comes out. They think doing this and changing oil and draining fuel and changing all filters and spraying down everything with rust preventative is all that it needs. Well I do not think so. Since I could not immediately get my mower in the shop because they have such a backlog, I already did all that they want to do but I still have lost one of my rear wheel motors and the gauges are misting on the inside. I did these things just to stop further damage but I say that things will continue to fail unless key components are replaced and everthing broken apart and cleaned, greased and reassembled. Am I wrong. This is a 6 month old mower and I do not want it to be in danger of breaking down after they settle. Any suggestions?