thanks guys, I got it in, I think I did it right I guess I'll know here in a couple of days when everything is put back together. BTW I did a search before posting this and there were quite a few different ideas on how to get the old bearing out and the new bearing in. I used the wet paper method to pop the old bearing out, it worked like a champ. I put the new bearing in the freezer at -10F and it was still tight enough that I had to tap it in like birdbrain suggested.
This site has helped me out a ton since I found it about 4 years ago....I'd visit it more, but these things called kids keep me from having me time very often. Anyway, thanks Yotatech.
'89 pickup 4x4 22re extended cab
'87 4runner 22re SOLD
'99 Ford 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel Crew Cab 4X4 Flatbed Dually 6 speed manual with locking hubs
Don't nock the picture of my finger...it is a battle wound from working on my Toyota pickup