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I've seen the o-ring on rockauto.com for $1.70 ea. Look for Beck/Arnley p/n 0523777. Chances are pretty good yours are OK to reuse. Mine all were.
Yeah, just the bearing can be replaced. I've seen where *just* the bearing can be purchased. But unless you have your own hydraulic press or access to one for free, it's about the same money to just buy the whole cartridge as it is to pay someone to press it apart/together again.
It's probably hard to press 'em out and have them be re-usable. Gotta do it without applying the pressing force in a way it gets transmitted thru the balls/races. Applying several *tons* of pressing force thru the balls tends to dent the balls & races. They don't last long after that.
1992 Camry LE, V6 (3VZ-FE), ABS brakes, dark emerald pearl, owned since new. Replaced HGs @332k, now at 379k miles
1996 Avalon XLS, ABS brakes, super white II, acquired w/ 139k, now at 316k
2001 Yamaha FZ1, Ivan's jet kit, resprung, Ohlins rear shock, Race Tech cartridge emulators in forks, 49k