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Wheel bearing replacement

Hey guys got a quick question here not regarding a hot rod but I'm asking anyway because this site and the people who use it are full of knowledge! I'm wondering what special tools I will need to replace the rear wheel bearings on a 1998 subaru forester All-Wheel-Drive. I haven't done wheel bearings in quite some time and this being my moms car I told her I would do it for her so I don't want to be eating my words. It looks fairly straight forward but once I get in there I'm sure I will need pullers and punches and stuff, if anyone could give me a list I'd really appreciate it. Again I know this is no hotrod but everything out there works off the same principles, right!

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Most of these type vehicles require that the center hub is pressed from the bearing. Then a snap ring removed from the bearing OD. The bearing pressed out. Opposite to re assemble. A press and heat is required on Michigan cars..
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