Originally Posted by fz-e30
Will let know how difficult will it be as a first time person ...
My advice is to get the biggest sliding hammer you can find to get the rear hub off. The first time I took over an hour trying to get it off, after a while i figured out all it needed was muscle, second time around I hammered it out in 5mins because i knew i couldn't break anything.
Other than that, taking off all the brake parts are easy. The only other hard part is getting the bearing out, make sure to take the slip ring off before trying to push it out. Once it's out soak it with some lube and try to get that bearing out.
My favorite method requires a power air hammer. Hammer it from behind, pushing it out, just be careful that you are hammering the bearing and no the housing.
Other than that, it's a piece of cake.
oh yea, i forgot to mention in there you should remove the half shalfs.