Here'* the actual part that'* broken:
Now, for the part, I was going based off looks.. the damaged part seems to be the same as the 49007 pulley, but if you say it'* 49006, I'm going to reconsider.
The pulley highlighted in blue seems to be okay. It is a metal pulley, doesn't look like there is anything wrong with it, and it still rotates. All that'* left of the red highlighted pulley is the above photo, and what looks to be a seized bearing still attached.
The last thing I want to do is screw up this bolt and have to replace something else. In order to remove the pulley(red), that'* standard I assume.. clockwise to tighten, counter-clockwise to loosen. I don't want to remove the tensioner, I just want to be able to move it or lesson the tension so that I can slide the belt on. In order to do that, I turn it clockwise or counter-clockwise?!?
Again, sorry.. I just want to be sure.