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Bearing R&R

I've seen plenty of write ups on bearing changes for 4wd, but what about 2wd?
I've helped on this once before, but can't remember much. Is it basically like doing trailer bearings?
Tire off. Brake caliper off. Dust cap off. Cotter pin out. Spindle nut off. Pull washer and outer bearing. Pull hub. Pull inner bearing and wheel seal. Clean. Pack with grease. New wheel seal. Reinstall?



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yup that sounds about right
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That's what I figured from what I remember the first time. Now I have a shop that I can use to do all the work and a bearing packer, etc.
Except the stupid hub is part of the rotor



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