There is only one bearing per side. Once you get the axle hub pressed out, and you remove the bearing spacer and ABS ring, you'll be able to see things more clearly. You'll then need to remove the seal and snap ring on the outboard side of the spindle, then you press the bearing outward (towards where the rotor would be). To install the new bearing, you press it in from rotor side, and re-install the rest of the parts in the reverse order that you took them out.
Are you planning on trying this with the spindle still installed on the vehicle? It's a lot easier with the spindle on a bench, and even much easier if you have access to a press.
Last edited by GSGALLANT; 05-20-2009 at 04:15 AM.