Hey guys, please take it easy on me. I´m a new escort owner. ´91 GT, but it needs lots of TLC. One of the first problems is in the left, front bearing. It is pretty much completely gone. There is significant play in the tire right through the mount to the CV joint and drive axel. Control arm and everything else in there seems pretty stable. The problem is that I can´t get the rotor off to get behind it. Because of all the driving with a bad bearing it has become pretty wedged on. I have a low-moderate amount of mechanical ability, but I know that if I do get it all taken apart, I will just have to go somewhere to have the bearing pressed out and a new one in. Is it going to just be easier to remove the whole spline, with rotor attached, and try to find a boneyard replacement, or should I go somewhere to have someone get the rotor off for me first, and then get "pressing?" Sorry to all escort enthusiasts, but this car is only needed to get me to work and back about 3 times per week, and I only live about 3 miles from work, so I am not looking to spend a large sum of money on it. I wish I could. I could also use help finding if anyone has found a web site that would show a breakdown diagram of all the part numbers and pieces included in this area. I have a Hanes manual, but it is a little generalized. Would any ´91 (or I guess 2nd gen) escort or tracer parts work or do I have to find specifically a GT spline? Thanks for the help in advance. I am trying to restore this escort to a reliable, drivable condition for a few years to come.