Try the Rock Auto web site. Make the selections through the drop-down menus, then you'll find the half shafts listed under the "Drivetrain" selection.
Next, back up, then select "Brake and Wheel Hub" to find the wheel bearings. This is the pressed-in design that isn't used much anymore. Normally a set of special tools is needed to replace this type of bearing. In most cases the old one has to be destroyed to remove it, so it can't be reused later or on the other side.
If you need the tool set, check at some local auto parts stores. Many of them rent or borrow tools. In my city, they make you buy the tool, then you get a full refund when you take it back. If you choose to keep a tool, you still return it, then they give or order you a brand new one.
Some aftermarket suppliers are offering these bearings as an assembly now that do not require the special tools. Those will come with a sheet of instructions including torque specs for the bolts.
Monday, February 1st, 2021 AT 1:33 PM