Yes and no, I have successfully removed the tensioner pulley, used a razor
blade to gently pry off the sealed bearing seal, cleaned out the old grease,
and applied new grease and pressed the seal back in. I only did this
because the old bearing was in good shape (no roughness), but spun freely,
it should have viscous drag indicating grease that is still doing its job.
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