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Thanks for posting
It takes at least a 10 ton hydraulic press to get the bearing out and then press the new one in. You might consider just taking the spindle and bearing to have this done, most tire shops that do suspension work will charge about $50 or so.
The hub can be pushed out of the bearing with a hammer and large drift that fits into the opening, using a press I guess it will take about 1 or 2 tons.
By the way, it's customary to always replace the hub when replacing the bearing.