Ironic as it seems i just did this 2 hours ago, followed directions ive read from this forum by tapping the axle from the l/h side ( after installing then seating the l/h side bearing and grease retainer against the circlip and outer dust cover using the axle flange as a drift.) By again from r/h side installed the axle other way round into the l/h side bearing inner grease retainer, bearing and then dust cover. Then installed R/h the stepped support ring and then the bearing which have a slight interferance fit and both supported and spaced by a internal hub machined stop. Then reinstalled the threaded retaining ring and torqued it all into place against itself.
At this point i would need to write more then people here might want to even read, if so reply, but for now i followed what i had read, ( before you install and torque
the brake cover retainer thin nut, give the axle a whack from the l/h side so to seat the axle flange up against the r/h bearing inner race, ) This did not seem to make any movement for me which was noticable
Calling that good to go i tried to instaled the brake shoe cover, after messing around with that for a hour i got the whole assembly reassembled. first time by useing large vise grips with gorrila tape to protect the axle, which is how i got it off useing a 1 1/8th deep socket 1/2 drive 6 point, ( you need a 6 point).
I tried to reinstall it with the same but clamps were not working well, As i read somewhere these nuts can come loose I borrowed a buddys impact drill i gave it one shot with that. All bearings, brakes cover are spinning nice with help from from Linker48x
After market wheel bearings and the grease they use up next