If it is a 2wd model, the bearings are in the hub/rotor assembly. If the brakes need to be changed soon it would be better to do it now and change the rotors/pads. If the rotor/brakes are good, you would need to remove the brakes/rotor, remove the bearing seals/bearings. Grease the new bearings, install new seals and reassemble the brakes, axle nut torque spec is 400nm(296ft-lbs).
A 4x4 model is more complicated, needing to also remove the knuckle/spline from the A-arm to remove the front axle from it. Also have to disconnect/remove wheel speed sensor/wire. The bearing comes complete with the hub assembly that get bolted to the knuckle/spline.
Rear wheel drive or 4X4 drive info is important also.
24 mm i believe
it might have to be pressed in with a machine call and ask people
how to replace rea pads on 2007 crew cab f150
225 ft lbs
A 2007 Ford F-150 is either rear wheel drive or 4x4 capable
2 or 4 wheel drive makes a big difference. Need more info.
What is the tonque specs on the front wheel bearing for an 02 ford F150
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special socket required to remove nut that retains rotor and wheel bearing. use impact gun . be prepared to repack and reset wheel bearing
24 or 6 per wheel.
pull the wheel, remove the bearing dust cover, remove the cotter pin, remove the castle nut, slide the hub off, take out the rear seal and bearing, knock out the races reinstall in reverse order. pack bearings and hub with good grease don't go cheap. oh it helps to remove the brake caliper for a first timer
a quarter turn before you strip the nut out