Yup, no problem at all but if yours has failed it may be a bit more serious...hopefully not!!
Tips, after chatting to Speedy who broke an ABS sensor trying to remove it he recommended undoing the ABS sensor wire from under the rear seat base. Apart from that its all bolt and unbolt.
I took some foto's and may do an article for the site (and mine!) eventually
From memory..........(sure Speedy will let me know if I've missed owt
1. weight on wheels, undo shocker.
2. raise car, take wheel off
3. remove caliper (leave carrier on the car) and undo clips for pipes
4. remove handbrake cable from rear arm
5. move braking stuff out the way
6. undo rear anti-roll bar bolts...careful as the rear arm and spring will drop now, I now have a smashed copperslip tub which was in the way
7. undo the big bolt..........its tight, you'll need a breaker bar or extension of some sort and a big socket (22mm and 15/16) If this fails you're left with cutting the inner nut off or cracking it in some way.
8. remove rear seat squab and unclip the ABS sensor. Wire comes in from corner of the wheelarch and is very tight in its grommets
9. remove whole arm from car and the ABS cable.
1. lever off the end caps and remove rubber seal
2. remove roller bearings
3. knock out remaining bit of ballrace from other side with a screwdriver
4. smash the inner plastic bit out
5. refit is the reversal........make sure you put plenty of grease everywhere!
I found the easiest way to get the end caps on was to use a large Sash cramp!! Other than that, hittting each end at the same time with hammers but that wasn't successful for me or palcing one end on the vice and hitting it then turn over and check other side.
Like I said, not too bad...just fiddly doing the bearing, they took me nearly as much time as removing the damn things!!!
......and thanks to Speedy for the tips