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Since the mid '80s I've used this everytime I've repacked a front hub. A dozen vehicles, a zillion water crossing and have never gotten water in a hub. Just bought 3 tubs. It's a moly graph grease. My 1st Trooper (bought new in '88) the wheel bearings were still in great shape with 300k on the original bearings. Repacked every 30k.
http://www.amazon.com/Sta-Lube-Temperat ... B003TT2JGM

For the grease gun I used this moly-graph from the same company.
http://www.harborfreight.com/sta-lube-m ... 4AodWmk1jg

For the boat trailers I use this in both tub and gun tube.
http://www.etrailer.com/Tools/LubriMatic/L11404.html
 

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Before I retired from major airlines I would use the out of date black moly grease that stores had to throw away. I have never replaced a u-joint or had a bearing failure over the 4 troopers or 15 years I used it.

I just put manual hubs on my 03 Ram pickup and found this stuff.
http://www.schaefferoil.com/greases.html
It was a little hard to find but not that expensive.

Search Bob The Oil Guy's site it you really want to be confused.

http://www.bobistheoilguy.com/

It looks like grease is broken down into to categories. Chassis and wheel bearing.

No rust in LV
 
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