You do not have to remove the hub in order to replace the disc brake pads or the rotor.
The job is a difficult one without a press, probably best to take it to a garage, I work in one and wouldn't attempt this job at home!
Driving with bad bearings is generally a bad idea. If the bearing seizes solid, (usually) the inner race will begin to spin on the axle, damaging the bearing seat.
replacing rear wheel bearings on frontera B
Rotor not usually necessary, but new hub is generally part of bearing now.
No, that bearing pack will come off of there with some coaxing
Perhaps excess bearing clearance?
It wasn't specified what the model year this is or which "S" series was asked about, but on my 2001 SL1 the ONLY way to replace the front bearings is removing the front wheel bearing assemblies then taking them, and the new bearings, to a machine shop to have the old bearings pressed out and the new bearings pressed in. Then reattach the hub assemblies to the car. The wheels will also need to be realigned after having to unbolt the front struts to remove the bearing assemblies.
to change carrier bearings in rear differenial you have to remove the rear differential from the vehicle. then remove the cover. remove the bearing caps. remove differential carrier unit. remove bearings. install new bearings. and then reassemble. recommend having a professional repair shop peform repairs
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Replacing a wheel bearing in your Chevrolet blazer will cost approximately $175 per bearing. You can save $125 by doing the work yourself.
Not knowing the extent of wear I can't answer that question with any degree of accuracy. I suggest replacing the bad hub/bearing assembly if you can hear the bearing rumble.
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If you have the repair manual for your vehicle, it should cover this procedure. Simply remove the crank, remove the bearings, and lube new ones before re-installing. Be sure to get the bearings in right. There is a little tab on one end of each bearing that lines up with corresponding notch on block where they sit. DO NOT scratch or mar the bearing surface during installation. Be sure bearing is correctly seated. Reassemble and torque to spec.