I'm still trying to fix the stuff that was working fine before I started the rebuild : It was down 8 months under covering but the frequent afternoon showers still put alot of moisture in the Florida air causing corrosion. The latest victim is the transfer case shift linkage. I sprayed them thoroughly with a lubricant but I couldn't get any grease in the single fitting. The root cause of the problem seemed to be the shaft that goes into the side of the casing.It was rusty! I sprayed and tapped with a rubber mallet until I finally loosened it up enough to get the transfer case to engage. I then drove it up and down the drive going through all the gears and eventually worked it where I could move it by hand (without the mallet). How is that shaft kept lubricated? Could this be a good sign to check/change the transfer case lube?