The bearings usually come with the correct grease, but if you want to add more you will need to clean out ALL of the grease. Mixing grease unless it is the same is not a good idea. As for what to use, that is a regular ball bearing design so any good wheel bearing grease would work.
Be careful that you press the bearing in using the outer race. Don't miss the rear circlip.
The hub (part 20) doesn't show in GM's parts data. If the Corolla fit they would still list a valid part number.
What is bad/damaged on yours? If it's the seal surfaces you might be able to find a shop that could TIG that up and turn it back or turn it down and press a sleeve on. Wouldn't be cheap but it would work. Or get one of the Corolla hubs and measure it up. Maybe it could be altered to fit.
Or go on www. Car-part. Com/ and see if you can get a complete spindle with hub. There seemed to be a few listed.
Sunday, January 29th, 2017 AT 8:53 AM