Problem solved and what a task it was. Thx to Tweaked700 for confirming that his problem was the harmonic balancer and thx to all the info on this forum.
insert a 1/2 inch drive ratchet in the square hole in the tensioner and rotate it up, (if you don't have the belt drawing, better get one or draw one now)remove the belt , jack up the motor just a bit to relieve weight on the motor mount, remove the 2 top bolts and 1 bolt(14mm) from the under side of the right (passenger side) motor mount, now lower the motor about 3 inches (this is all I could get), remove the right tire. At this point I could see half of the harmomnic balancer, but not enough to remove the center bolt. I then used my air compressor and air chisel to cut a 4x4 square out of the fender well, now I had almost complete access to the HB, now I used my impact to remove the 22mm center bolt, the HB basically fell apart, I went to my local parts house and picked up a HB for 84.00 and change, I couldn't get the HB back in so I used a pry bar to move the motor to the left (drivers side) about an inch (this gave me just enought room) and slipped in a 1 by 2 board to hold it, now I was able to slip the new HB up and onto the crank (make sure to put a little clean oil all around the collar of the new HB so it will lub the crank seal as you slide on the HB) and screw in the new 21mm center bolt, tighten to about 120lbs. Now I used visecrips to hold the cut out piece back in place and used my tig to weld it back in like new, ground it smooth and painted the patch, put the tire on and remove 1x2 board, lower motor back into place and replace the 3 14mm bolts, put the belt back on using the 1/2 inch drive again, pull the coil wire and turn the motor over a few times to let the belt track, plug the coil back in and fire it up, BINGO!!! noise is gone and it purrs like a kitten, plus my daughter is very very happy.