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If the previous bearings had rings you commonly reuse them to read the ring, depends on the sensor design. If just the bearing you are supposed to pay attention to which side goes toward the sensor, the bearing shield color tells you. Black or dark gray is the side read by sensor.
The odds of getting a new bearing back out and back in again are not good, commonly destroyed removing it.
Can't tell you spit without a model and year and options.
You should also know that when you buy the combined bearing plus this or that the bearing typically used in those is worst of the worst as far as quality goes. I used to sell them. One way to tell is to assume the bearing by itself at $25 for low quality one and $50 for high and work that against the price of the combined part, that gives you some clue.
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