That's what I'd prefer to do but alas I only have 1 car. I just don't want to have it taken apart to find they have to cut the hubs and then I'll be w/o a car while they get the parts.crew217 said:if you have a 2nd car . . . . just remove the steering knuckle when you replace the axles and bring those to napa or a shop and have them press out the bearings for you. 4 hours sounds pretty fair. The shop i went to charged me 2 for one, although they spent 5 hours screwing up my car and $1000 fixing it . . . .