How to Replace a sealed wheel bearing
(1) Spindle the wheel hub
(2) New hub/bearing assembly. All vehicles have wheel bearings. And sooner or later, those bearings will have to be replaced.
(3) We had to pry the dust cover from the hub to get at the spindle nut. Some vehicles leave this nut exposed; don’t go looking for the missing cover
(4) Remove the brake calliper and hang it from some convenient place with wire (like a coat hanger) to keep the rubber hose from being damaged.
(5) New bearing;Tapped hole for setscrew. Torque the spindle nut to the car manufacturer spec, which is probably pretty close to using all of your weight standing on the far end of the flex handle.