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What socket is needed to remove the hub on a 1998 ford escort

Can you tell me what size socket i need to remove the hub on a 1998 ford escort to enable me to change the wheel bearing?

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Thinks its about the same as a tempo somehwere in the line of 18 to 24 mm 22mm ...ithink dont quote me on it though-z

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