I guess I could have waited a few more minutes for your post - I found a Dorman idle pulley on Amazon for like $17, so I just got that. But looking up the bearing-only part # 6203RS there's a bunch of options, so maybe the next guy can do that... The Dorman idle pulley wasn't listed for the Insight, but the Insight part number cross references with the Dorman #. It appears to be the same idle pulley that's on first gen Fits...Bearing around $10 for name brand, $2 for Chinese....
I would like to keep those parts in stock for my car in the UK, but prices are triple over here.List of parts, numbers, and prices from Majestic Honda:
Oil seal (40X55X7)(Nok), 91212-PWA-003, $8.37
O-Ring (27.9X1.eight), 91301-PHM-003, $2.71
Oil seal collar, 13623-PHM-000, $13.57
Idle pulley, 38942-PWA-004, $40.92
Compressor Belt (Bando), 38920-PHM-003, $29.26
I'll do it, did it. I'll let you know when I get the parts - it should be in a couple weeks...I would like to keep those parts in stock for my car in the UK, but prices are triple over here. Could someone get me a set and send them over cheapest post please. Happy to add a few bucks for your time or a free OBDIIC&C pcb..
Dorman pulley will have a 75 cent Chinese bearing. OK for a year or two.
You were right on the cheap bearing, the Dorman pulley has some no-name brand Chinese bearing in it, not an NSK. Interestingly though, the idle pulley I bought from Honda, to send to Peter P., has an NSK bearing, says NSK and Japan...The image of the Dorman pulley has an NSK bearing in it, and when I search for where NSK bearings are made I come up with Japan...
How critical do you think it is to replace the o-ring if, when removed, the o-ring doesn't look bad and feels flexible? That's the situation I'm in.If you are going to replace the crankshaft seal you should also do the O-ring and take it off so as not to damage the new seal.