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How to install rear wheel bearing hub assembly

Hello all this is trbw 1 here and I am new to this. But I have a question? Has anyone installed The rear wheel bearing hub assembly on the Mada. I have replaced the fronts on mine and the were not to bad. I am looking to do the rears as well if they are not to difficult.
If so would anyone be willing to share pics or instructions on how to get this done?
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Thanks Scr38 for the drawings now I have a better understanding of what I'm facing.
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Rear hub reviews. Hi all - new to the forum, but not new to cars in any way - on my second 2004 Armada, but felt this was a good thread to add onto.
I'm in need of a RR hub, bearings are going so it should be done soon. ABS sensor quit working which was the giveaway sign.
There is a huge range in prices on new parts from a few manufacturers and I'd like to pick the brains of those with experience here. I randomly chose three for comparison, wondered if some of you have had experience and could shed some light on quality;

REPI285901 @ $68
CE40242000E @ $149
MO541004 @ $208

The second is a Centric part, and the third being a Moog. All are comparable in that the hub comes with studs and the ABS sensor - and all look comparable. But the price point is hugely different. I'm sure I could trust the Moog part - over the last 40 years of doing my own maintenance I don't think Moog has ever let me down. Certric I think can be trusted as I replaced a drivers front hubs on my last Armada without issue - any other throughts? But the REPI - well I don't know who they are.... but at 1/6th the cost, I had to ask!

Any thoughts and experience out there?

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I installed Timken rear hub assemblies on mine in 2014 (no issues). Purchased on amazon for $140ish
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