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Front wheel bearing/tools

Does anyone know what kind of tools I will need to change the front wheel bearing on a 1996 ford f250 4 wheel drive.

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Big spanners, or shifter, deep sockets, hammer, drift, screwdriver, and clean cloth. don't forget the bandaids,

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