Spoon Sports 11/2/2011The wheel bearing is pressed onto the hub. You will need to remove the complete hub assembly and take it to your local auto parts machine shop unless you have a press at home. Please be aware that this is NOT an EZ DIY job. You'll need to loosen the axel nut with an air gun or large braker bar if you get lucky. The tie rod end, lower contol arm, brakes and sway bar end link will need to be removed. Also the two lower strut bolts. You may find the hub assembly needs replaceing if the bearing has been bad for a while.