that aint bad. if you do wheel bearing only, sure itll be cheaper for the part, but if you dont have a press that can actually push it out, then youre gunna pay someone labor to change them out. then youre looking at say another $50 per hub. so in essence, price wise is gunna be close.
when i had to get my wheel bearing changed on my mazda, the dealer i was working at couldnt get the bearing out with there 20ton press. we had to take it to a shop that did semi truck maintenance and had them use their 100ton press and of course, broke the first one. and that car was the same age. i cant remember if something slipped or not, but man they were not happy with me
I know a lot about cars. I can look at a car's headlights and tell you exactly which way it's coming