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remove the wheel, remove the spindle dust cover and remove tho cotter pin and remove brake caliper and finally remove thr spindle nut,washer and inner bearing and finally the rotor. remove the dudt seal on the back of the rotor and finally the inner braeings.when you replace the bearings make sure that you replace the races and install a new seal on the rotor
The wheel bearing assy is pressed into the hub---you need to remove the front hub assy and take it to a parts store that has a machine shop----or you go to a salvage yard and buy a used hub and install it--way easier...