So it's me again - Mark, novice jeep mechanic.
Jeep is running as you all know. As I drive I've noticed, of course, all the "new" sounds. So far they are manageable.
Back in 1995, when I parked it for these few years, it leaked. Well now it's REALLY leaking. I've probably "puddled" about 3/4 of a quart, since I started driving it almost daily for short distances about 6 weeks ago or so.
I'm 87.6% sure it's coming from the main seal. And I know this has been discussed on this forum, but I can't seem to find the answer I want! haha

First... The oil pan gasket is 40 years old at least so I bought a new one to put in. I think they may alleviate some of the leaks.
Second... The "S" word: Is there a stop leak that MIGHT slow the flow down a little? Blue Devil?
Last... If I do want to replace the rear main seal, can it be done by just lowering the crank? I read up a little on this but I don't know if I'm up to the task. I know it's more than lowering the crank though, of course. Rope seal? Rubber?