In Reply to: changing a wheel bearing posted by Nicholas on June 24, 2002 at 23:53:20:
For the front you'll need a torque wrench that can go to 290 Nm... plus a new 46mm nut and a socket that will fit it. A puller may be helpful.
The rear can be a nightmare without expensive special tools. You need to drive out the old bearing with a socket that fits through the housing but touches the outer portion of the bearing. A hammer and a torch... Then need to figure out how to get the shaft back into the hub without hammering it in.