Was reading my recent copy of the Annual 2006 edition of Engine Masters magazine, and come across a tech article about oiling systems written by none other than the late, great, Smokey Yunick himself. Must have been one of the last things he wrote. Anyway, while I was reading the part about keeping the oil pump pickup covered when using a wet-sump system it got me to wondering. Since 4x4s like ours sometimes get some serious off-camber action going, it got me to wondering a few people's engines have been seized up because the oil got to sloshing around enough in the pan to uncover the pickup due to the vehicle getting off-camber by 45 degrees or more. Maybe this is a non-issue because I would assume you would've already gone over and rolled, and killed the engine if you got 45 degrees or more off-camber, at least in a K5 anyway.