I pressed the rear bearing out with a custom puller which uses a portopower jack. It went up to 12 Tonne PSI before it moved. I freezed the replacement bearing in ziploc back and heated the hub up in the range, it all went back together nicely. I bought a special circlip removing tool for the huge circlip.
Bearing is from IL Motorsports.
NAB-702624-IL 29.63 Euro
Please notice! the set consists of: 1 wheel bearing 1 lock ring 1 seal ring 1 nut 19mm 1 nut 22mm