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Replacing the rear wheel bearings is not a difficult job...except for removing the pressed bearings, they are pressed on the shaft and without the ALFA tool that pulls them off it can be a challenge. Pressing the new ones on is less of a hassle.
I removed the half shafts (easy) anf took them to an ALFA shop (Julio may be a candidate) to have the bearings removed and new ones pressed in.
The bearings and seals you will need are easy to find at any local industrial bearing supplier.

Replacing your bad spring is completely a separate issue. As for the shocks, that too is another task and it is very easy to do.
Would suggest you shop for KYB gas shocks by part # at any national discount auto store. rear shocks are

KYB part # KG5517

Ciao for now...Elio
 
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