I'd appreciate some advice. Without writing some long winded story about why I'm in this situation, I'll just get right to it. My FJ40 (1974) has been pretty much sitting for 20 years. I'm just about to get the brakes working and I'd like to be smart about getting it ready to get out and try driving it. I've owned this thing since about 1988. A quick little history... Way back in the late 80's I did the V-8 swap. I'ts super mild and kept stock. I did the Downey conversion using the stock 4-speed and transfer case. Probably around 1994 I ended up taking the transfer case to Marlin Crawler to regear it for the V-8. I couldn't tell you the details of it its been so long but it transformed the thing into a crawler. I used it everyday until about 1997 and then it just sat in a state of disrepair. Over the years I'd every now and then turn the engine over and run it for awhile. The compression even now is still good now which is a relief. I'd would be great to hear from you guys what you think I should do to it before I try driving it. I'd hate to break/damage anything in the power train. I'm a bit paranoid since and never rebuild the axles or serviced the birfiields. I plan on replacing the oil in the transmission, transfer case and axles as well as hitting the grease ports on the drivelines. Any advice is much appreciated. Thanks.