My short term memory is going to crap so I need to clarify a couple of things:
First the SC tensioner bolt is a T50 and the tensioner needs to be turned COUNTERCLOCKWISE rather than clockwise to remove the belt
It took all of 4 minutes to remove both pullies due to the motor being on the floor in Bill'* garage. I'd allow for a little bit more time though if it is installed in the car
Here are the steps used to remove both pulleys. It looks like the tensioner pulley can be changed without all of the component removal:
Tension was released on both drive belts
Power steering pump was unmounted (two 13mm bolts) and set aside
Torque axis mount was removed (two 15mm and one 18mm stud for engine bracket)
SC tensioner pulley bolt was removed (T50). NOTE: This bolt has REVERSE THREADS
Idler pulley bolt was removed (T50) Standard threads on this one.
Off to the parts store
There is no need for a puller of any sort. Keep in mind that the engine will have to be supported in some way to remove the torque axis mount and probably need to be lifted or jacked diring the procedure to remove components.
I'll have some pics later.