I did this exact thing on two cars, an Oldsmobile Aurora v8 and a hyundai Tiburon v6. Both times the bearing shop was able to come through for me.It's been years, but I did get a new AC clutch bearing for a Toyota from a bearing supply house like Dixie Bearings by matching the number on the bearing. This seems to be harder to do these days, regardless of auto maker.
I ground off the staked metal tabs some with a Dremel to help get the old bearing out. I used the green loctite sleeve retainer to put it back together.