So now, you will have to proceed and remove the 6 bolts that hold the axle to the differential. They are 14mm. They are pretty tight.
I extended my ratchet to give a little more torque. DON'T SMASH THEM WITH A HAMMER.
Put your disc back on if you removed it because you will have to apply the E-brake to unbolt the axle nuts. Apply e-brake to loosen bolt and remove e-brake to rotate axle to have access to the other 5 bolts.
I used this method since when I turned the ratchet it turned also on the other side of the bolt. So when it got to the point that was touching the car it couldn't move anymore and then break loose.
After the 6 screws are removed, proceed to remove the axle. It's a tight fit but can be done. Have a friend to tap with a RUBBER HAMMER the tip in front of the axle where the 32MM axle nut goes to get it out. Be carefull not to bend the axle too much.
Proceed to remove the 4 bolts that hold the wheel bearing assembly and it should fall down. Be carefull not to fall in your feet. If it doesn't fall right of, pry a flat screw driver in the corners and hit with a hammer.
This is how it should look after everything is removed.
Old wheel bearing and new TIMKEN wheel bearing.
Take it to a shop to get it pressed the hub into the new bearing. They charge me $15
Now its time to put everything back on. First, install bearing assembly. 4 bolts.
Then, apply grease to the axle. I used Mobil 1 Synthetic grease. $8 on autozone and I would recommend getting grease for your brake pads too.
Install axle back on and use the same method with the e-brake to bolt back on the 6 axle nuts.
Cool picture I took when having lunch.
Old hub in new bearing
Install back on the disc brake.
Grease brake pads. (not necessary but for peace of mind)
Install brake caliper bracket back on.
Put back on the 32mm axle nut and hand tighten.
Put wheel back on. Jack the car down and use the breaker bar to torque down the axle nut. It should be reeeeeally tight.
In my case I had to jack the car back up to remove the wheel and insert the pin that goes on tip of the axle.
After that, jack the car back down and enjoy better handling.
You just saved almost $300 in labor only. I got my Timken assembly on autozone for $90.