The first one I changed, I went ahead and bought the whole assembly, and replaced it.
I then bought a replacement bearing for the old one at a local Applied industries bearing
supply. The bearing from there is a better quality. I used that one about six months later
on another F150. It's conveniant to buy the whole assembly if you don't do this as a hobby.
In Neals picture you just insert a 1/2" breakover handle to release the tension to flip the belt off.
Just get it back in the right grooves as not to damage it.
Last edited by Tumba; 11-16-2008 at 08:29 AM.
Reason: added instruction