A looooong time ago, someone on the board posted that he used toyota parts for this problem. Either the bearings only or the whole pulley w/the bearing.
I replaced mine with a set from the STEALERSHIP. They cost me eighty bucks apiece. That hurt.
(I, in my infinite wisdom, whilst cleaning parts to put back onto my new engine, spray-cleaned the old pulleys with carb cleaner. Oh so clean [oh so wrong] It removed all the grease from the bearing and ate up its little seal. Man those grease-depleted pulleys screamed like banshees.)
You have to keep me away from carb cleaner. Heh. Live and learn.
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