The trick in using the inexpensive MotionPro tool is to have a few short 4x4s to rest the wheel on to allow the bearing to be driven out of the hub. You'll need to be careful in pulling out the seals, or ensure that you have a new set.
If you're not going to do your own bike service all the time, you might want to ask a local independent shop or dealer how much they'd charge for the removal or remove/insert. It might be less hastle, "cheaper", and easier.
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