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Front bearing replacement

I have a 2004 F250 2wd that according to the tire guy I should have the front bearings replaced. Can I just replace the bearings or do I need to replace the hubs too? You Tube videos were mostly addressing hub replacement.
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In the 4x4 it is all one piece you can't just change the bearing. It might be made the same way.

2002 f250 7.3 4x4 256,000miles. Bone stock other than hutch mode and edge evo programer I use for gadges most of the time. I also have air bags on back for towing.
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Do yourself a favor and change the entire hub assembly., its a whole lot easier than doing individual bearings. Shop around for hub assemblies, you may be surprised by how affordable they are. rock auto would be my 1st stop.

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Do yourself a favor and change the entire hub assembly., its a whole lot easier than doing individual bearings. Shop around for hub assemblies, you may be surprised by how affordable they are. rock auto would be my 1st stop.
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