The naval jelly got quite a bit of rust off, but not enough, so I threw the wires into a container and covered them with vinegar. After they sat soaking overnight, the rest of the rust, except a few small, very stubborn spots, brushed right off. They got a light coat of oil before sliding them back through the holes. Hopefully that should keep rust from forming. I still need to get some wire staples to fasten the wires permanently.
I've heard that the stand tips over readily, so I'm planning on making a couple sandbags to drape over the back legs to keep that from happening.
Here is an interesting tidbit of information about these two blocks of wood with the shaft going through both of them from the gear to the cams. On the underside of them, there is a diamond shaped hole cut into each of them, and a round hole drilled through on top. They are oil holes, making it easier to get oil to a very important spot.
If you have a Weaver's Delight, don't forget to feed it with oil between warps!
I'm still waiting on the brake band. Without it, I can't weave or wind on warp unless I have help with someone keeping tension on the warp beam. We are temporarily using rope in place of the picker straps that should be on their way.