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Old 02-07-2013, 12:35 PM
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Since yours is 2wd, it's pretty easy. You can buy the complete hub assembly from a parts store with the bearings all greased and installed.

Basically, just need to remove the wheels, remove the caliper and place it out of the way (don't let it hang by the brake line), remove the disc, and the hub nut. The hub assembly should come right out after you remove the bolts in the back. I may be missing some steps, but it's pretty straight forward. Only trouble that you may have is the rotors can seize onto the hub requiring a ton of patience and penetrating oil.
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