I know I found the bearing at autozone but think found the part number somewhere on discoweb.
Pretty simple just need a 3 leg puller to remove the clutch then you use your muscle to tap the bearing out of the clutch and press or like me pound the new one in using the old bearing as the impact point.
Sure professionals would use a press and proper tools.
Don't need to pull the compressor or evacuate the gas. Just need to prop it up a bit to use your puller.
the crank pulley on my truck ended getting a very small ding in it. never noticed it. but started shredding belts on the regular. especially when offroad, finally had enough, checked all pulleys and tightness. found the ding, replaced, and all good since.
So far so good with the new belt. Ive done a series of 10-15 mile test drives this week. Belt looks good. I did the 180 inline mod And have been trying to get all the air out. I leave Thursday for Windrock so lets hope its fixed!