I hope that someone may have some advice to help me with this problem. 1984 FJ45 with just 30,000 miles that has not run in 7 years. Recently I managed to get it to start and was very pleased. But when I tried to reverse it out of the barn, it would not go into reverse. It just made grating sounds. I adjusted the clutch pedal height, the push rod play at the pedal as well as the release cylinder, all as I saw in a manual that I have. I did not change the clutch hydraulic fluid. However I thought that I might have solved the problem but I did not. I have the cruiser now up on axle stands. I can go into every gear with the engine off. I decided to put it into reverse, hold the clutch pedal to the floor and start the engine. Even with the clutch pedal to the floor I could see that the rear wheel was driving. I conclude that the clutch is not engaging but I cannot understand why as the adjustments appear to be correct. Any comments or suggestions would be much appreciated, thank you.