Better parts than factory parts
This is the best way to fix a noisy/squeaky/screeching tension idler pulley. You have to take the whole drum out to just change the tensioner idler, so you might as well change the drum rollers and belt while it is all apart.
This kit has bearings, not bushings, in the idler tensioner pulley. That's a better design than the factory idler. In my case the factory idler with the bushing had failed, therefore making loud screeching noises.
If left too long the idler pulley would have seized completely and wrecked the belt. Even my front drum rollers were very hard to turn.
overall not a hard job to do, one screwdriver and two wrenches , a little more than a half-hour.
Lots of videos online with detailed instructions make this an easy and cheap repair.
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