Silicone greases within 20 feet of car paint is a huge no no . To me anyway . Cannot get it off you get it on your hands , ends up everywhere . Never used in gearboxes to my knowledge .. Ever . Good lubricant for rubber boat bushing or waterproofing --not gears .
Wheel bearing grease is probably exactly right grease but has fibers in it which front end grease I think does not . I am not sure of impact of that , other than wheel bearings are all rolling contact . WIndow worm gear is sliding contact , as is ball joint . Studebakers had a special grease for steering maybe ford too . Also sliding worm. But not that critical in window box . I have seen the white stuff rock hard . But 75 year old front ends still greasy .
Whatever floats your boat ....!
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