My 1983 K5 N208 transfer case has a steady leak, don't mind keep filling it up but it does mess up my parking space pretty bad I've never taken one apart - could you please confirm if this is possible: Can I take it off, clean it up, undo the bolts that run around it and seem to join the front part and the rear part, and replace a gasket? It seems the leak is from where the two sides meet (front and back). I also see there's bolts holding the two sides together. I assume the transfer case can be split open by removing these bolts, and that there's a gasket between the two sides. I'm also assuming that replacing this gasket will stop the leak. The transfer case works fine in all other regards. My repair manual only details the inside workings and adjustments, says nothing about a simple gasket. Or maybe I'm not reading it right. Is there a gasket that runs around the two edges that meet, and would a simple RTV bead do the job (like with the diff cover)? I'm about to place an order for various gaskets, and I'm wondering if what I'm thinking makes sense so that I can order the gasket.