I’ve unfortunately got my GQ Td42 soaked in salt water up to bottom of the gear stick inside. The engine didn’t stall in the water how ever it stalled from the clutch once out, wasn’t started till I had glow plugs out and tested fuel which had no water.There’s no water in the engine but rear diff and gear box had a fair share of water. The front diff and transfer where good aswell. I’ve already completely stripped interior and all bar work/ grill off and soaked everything in a salt repelling marine chemical. My plan from here is to finish the soak and let things dry electrical wise, fill everything up with a cheap oil but rear diff. Pull rear hubs out and wash diff out with the salt repellent then kero. Fill back up with oil and drop again to make sure everything’s out. With gear box I was going to just fill and drop with oil till waters out. With front diff and engine I will drop only once as I am 100% there was no water but just to be safe. Them hopefully that everything mechanical ok. That’s my plan can anyone have any tips or ideas with the clean up especially with the chassis after it’s been soaked I am thinking a complete sand blast or acid wash then respray. With body I’m pretty confident in the chemical to remove most of the salt, the wiring hardness I think I would just replace to be safe. Any with experience before who can help I would appreciate it alot.