Hey, I posted a thread earlier about my seized piston due to a F-up I won't repeat anytime soon. It envolved not priming my oil pump after a rebuild. My new question is: Is there such think as damage caused by the transfering of the shock of a piston seizing thus locking the wheel at 45mph? A piston seizing is a pretty violent stop with a lot of enursia(sp?) behind it. Would that sudden stop likely cause things like crank-bearing, timing chain, gear, etc.-type-damage. Rockers still look great (I've been told that's next in line after the piston seizing from no oil in the top end). I also oiled and molied the hell out of every thing during the rebuild. Engine only ran about fifteen minutes (most of that was idling). Primarily I'm worried about "shock damage" rather than lack of lubrication. Thanks!