No need for a new hub, just make sure that the bore on the old hub is clean including the groove for the retaining clip. I've performed this task before without any problems (I have a tool to remove/install the new bearing without removing the hub from the vehicle). This tool also eliminates any need for an alignment after-wards. Tool is similar to this one http://cgi.ebay.ca/FWD-Front-Wheel-...t=Motors_Automotive_Tools&hash=item5d2b386c96Mike James is correct. You will need a new hub and new bearing. The bearing is pressed onto the hub. I have yet to see anyone who can press a new bearing onto an old hub and make it work without problems. In your case, if you can do all the work except pressing the bearing, you can always take the hub and bearing to a local shop or dealer and they can press it on for you, but make sure you trust the people doing the job.
Here's a different link that shows the installation also.Cool, but I don't see how it could be used to press in the new bearing??
Used it on a 2000 Sienna. To make the job easier, you would also need a tool to press the drive shaft out of the hub (can also be removed using a hammer and some type of soft metal rod). But removing the hub from the bearing/steering knuckle will require some form of axle puller with a slide hammer. I'm sure if you do a search on the web, you should be able to find some relative instructions/videos.Wow, cool youever use it on our SUV's?