read that, I just did it, you need some things in addition:
I used a ratec solid spacer instead of a crush sleeve. you really need a tapered installer and a good bearing splitter, not one from harbor freight. you need either a pipe longer than the rear so you can knock the wheel bearings and races out, or a blind puller with a slide hammer and 1/2x18 threads. you may need a dremel, I had to cut 3 of my bearings off and you need to be very careful. pm me if you find yourself cutting.
save the inner race of your inner pinion and carrier bearings, hog them out so they slide and use them to drive on the new bearings. I recommend buying an extra set of pinion bearings, hogging those out and using them to set pinion depth. reuse the old nut as it'll go on/off easier.
you really need a good impact wrench (I use an aircat) but you must have a dial indicator w/ mag base and a set of calipers.
it is a lot of work and requires particular tools that you may not use again. I did it for the experience, I don't recommend doing it if your only aim is to save money.