So I need to dig in and verify the leak is where I think it's for sure from the rear rocker cover, but at this point I'm pretty sure it is, and want to prepare myself for what all I need to get. You can barely see it in the picture, but I noticed some oil caked on the hose behind the rear cylinder, and when I reached up and touched the fins towards the top, there was some fresh oil. S Do I for sure need a rear wheel stand? I wasn't sure if this was a necessity when loosening the belt to rotate the engine, or if it's just to keep things in line during the actual rotation. Is there any know how required once the engine is rotated to remove/replace the gaskets, outside of the steps mentioned in the service manual? Feeling a little overwhelmed by the size of this job, but paying a shop for a full day's labor is not an option, either. I'm going to have to do this in a carport/driveway, most likely over several nights.IMG_4853.jpg