Before you transport it make sure the oil is drained ... because the oil tank is sort of semi open and when you brake it sloshes back and forth and spills over.
When you get it home the first thing to attend to will be an oil.change remove whole of front panel. remove chain guard that sits on the front of the tank disconnect the two main pipes that feed hydraulic oil to the table . there are two other thin pipes that have to come off as well,these are your oil pipes that lubricate the ways. and an oil return pipe that just sits in a guide tube...just pulls out . now you can pull out the whole oil tank. remove bolts that hold the lid on the oil tank four rubber mounted bolts on the oil tank hold the pump motor on ..... remove them and take the pump and motor out as a complete assembly . there is a strainer below them.......be careful as you place the pump motor assembly down..you could crush the strainer. now you can empty the tank clean it out and put fresh oil in . when assembling check the rubber mounts to see if they are perished. when all is up and running adjust the oil dripper on the chain drive. and adjust the flow of oil to the ways.
Also check out and clean motor starter contactors in the top of the cabinet (two)...the get very dirty
Check that ram does not leak oil from the ends.......seals are about twelve pounds from j&s.
Also there is oil to change in the coluum lift mechanism......there a tube that winds itself round the back of the machine that has drains on it. as well as this there are oiling points for the coluum screw under covers at the back. and there are a few more oiling points doted about the machine. the troughs at each end of the machine collect the crap ..clean these out..
Think that's about two days work I've just given you there .any more questions don't hesitate to ask. all the best..mark