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I assume it is a pulley that is bent.

If so, you can replace just a pulley. Autozone does the loan a tool program and they would be able to loan you a pulley puller. Remove it and re-install a new one. IF a shaft is bent then you will have to replace whatever the shaft is for I.E. power steering, alternator, water pump etc.

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