Its a Hub assembly, your gonna need a torq wrench, probably like a 32mm socket for hub nut, 15mm, or 13mm for the 3 bolts that hold the hub on.
Step 1. jack truck up and take off wheel.
2. dissasemble brakes on bad bearing side.
3. turn wheel as far as you can and locate 3 bolts that hold the bearing on from the backside of the knuckle and remove bolts.
4. remove CV shaft hub nut from shaft.
5. try and break hub loose from the knucke, they are usualy coroded on real bad.
6. after hub is free, try and get the CV shaft to slide through bearing without screwing up threads on shaft. This may be tuff but they do have a speacial tool you might need that you can rent at an auto store.
7. reassemble in reverse order, be sure to use anti sieze on hub surface and where hub slides into knuckle.
8. after getting hub bolted into bearing and shaft slid back through bearng your going to need to Torq the hub nut to I belive 150-200, ask auto parts store for exact spec.
9. reassemble brakse and remount tire then lower truck.
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