Literally as I pulled into my driveway after 60 miles of highway driving, my 2005 L.L. Bean died. Managed to start it again with no power steering and the battery light on and park it properly... You know where this is going. When I popped the hood, I mercifully found that the belt hadn't shredded, and the tensioner pulley was sitting innocently out of the way (with a lot of crunched metal in the bearings). Now, given that I can't find the bolt that holds the pulley to the tensioner assembly (did manage to fish out the nut from the back side) and that I see what looks like some... traumatic wear around where the bolt would fit through, I'm leaning toward replacing the whole assembly. Should I bite the bullet on the $115 OEM replacement, look at aftermarket, or attempt to pull from a junkyard? Or would simply finding an appropriate bolt and a new pulley be the way to go? Any insight is greatly appreciated.