Hey all, over my christmas break (2 weeks yahoo) im planning on repacking my front wheel bearings and puttin new pads on my front axle. I rear that marine grease is what you should use if you play in mud or water(me). Other day at pepgirls i noticed they had a couple kinds of grease. One was marine, was was wheel bearing, and one was high temp wheel bearing for disk brakes. My question is the marine grease temp was only like 250degs. The disk brake wheel bearin grease was like 500. Was this just a crappy marine or are they all that low of a temp resistance? What is the minimum temp? Also, ive never done this before (its a 10 bolt frontend by the way) how hard is it really? I payed someone to do it the first time, now i want to. Also should i just buy new bearings cause Im sure these are probably original. Also, back when my truck actually ran (im only doing this if i get my engine goin soon) if i was sitting still and turned the wheel, like say back out of the driveway and turned the tires while stopped, or if i was going really slow and turned the wheel to lock or almost there, there was a popping sound. What is it? It only started a week or so before my old engine blew so i kinda forgot about it. Balljoints or what? the tire doesnt move around if you just grab it and try to wiggle it. What gives? Thanks guys, i know its alot of questions.