OK guys, please don't bitch at me for posting this. I'm trying to help my bro-in-law out with his Jeep. It's a 77 CJ5 with the 258 inline 6. He has been having a lot of oil leaking out around every nook and cranny of his engine lately /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gif. It has about 70k on it, but it's also 26 years old. The oil seems to be forced out by excess crankcase pressure. It's coming out of weird places like around the fuel pump, the distributor, etc... We have done all the usual stuff like new PCV, new gaskets, retorquing bolts. I told him that it might be blow by from poorly sealing rings that is making too much postive pressure and forcing out oil. Soooo, we checked the compression and they all came out 150 +/- 3-4lbs, which is spec for the 258. Is it still possible for the rings to be causing this even though the compression checks out OK. Could the heads have anything to do with it? He doesn't have a lot of cash to spend on it so we need to trouble shoot this ourselves as much as possible. Any suggestions? [don't say buy a K5 /forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif] Thanks.