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Wheel bearing

Have a 2000 F250SD in need of a wheel bearing. Are there any tools that will make this easier to do? Also, are there any other things I should do while I have it apart? I figure if it is all apart anyway, I might as well do it, you know? Any input would be great.
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Just a pair of snap ring pliers and a stud remover comes in real handy.

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dont even need a stud puller anymore, most of the companies now are supplying the wheel bearings with new studs so it makes it that much easier.

Gonna need at least 3 lb hammer to knock it loose to pull it out of the spindle.

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