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228K 99 Nissan Frontier 3.3

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320,220 miles on a 1997 4runner. Daily driver.

Have 2 other 3rd gen 4runners in the driveway pushing 275,000 miles. They are just broken in. LOL


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Originally Posted by staciclubb
Every driver encounters trucks on the road, which are going somewhere and carrying something all day long. My Volvo FH 42T has covered 288,000 kilometers on the road in a year. Even though the odometer is approaching 2,000,000 kilometers, the car was built in 2012, and it is feeling fine. So it's no wonder that the Volvo brand is so popular with trucking companies because these machines are very reliable. I have worked for quite a long time; now, I am involved in parcels on trucks. Recently I found out that I can make my orders for https://www.truckinginsurance.org/coverage/bobtail-insurance-101/. Now I have an even bigger workload, but I also get more money.

This my friends is the definition of a BOT.


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Originally Posted by staciclubb
Every driver encounters trucks on the road, which are going somewhere and carrying something all day long. My Volvo FH 42T has covered 288,000 kilometers on the road in a year. Even though the odometer is approaching 2,000,000 kilometers, the car was built in 2012, and it is feeling fine. So it's no wonder that the Volvo brand is so popular with trucking companies because these machines are very reliable. I have worked for quite a long time; now, I am involved in parcels on trucks. Recently I found out that I can make my orders for https://www.truckinginsurance.org/coverage/bobtail-insurance-101/. Now I have an even bigger workload, but I also get more money.

This my friends is the definition of a BOT.

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Originally Posted by staciclubb
Every driver encounters trucks on the road, which are going somewhere and carrying something all day long. My Volvo FH 42T has covered 288,000 kilometers on the road in a year. Even though the odometer is approaching 2,000,000 kilometers, the car was built in 2012, and it is feeling fine. So it's no wonder that the Volvo brand is so popular with trucking companies because these machines are very reliable. I have worked for quite a long time; now, I am involved in parcels on trucks. Recently I found out that I can make my orders for https://www.truckinginsurance.org/coverage/bobtail-insurance-101/. Now I have an even bigger workload, but I also get more money.

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290,000 out of a 90 Chevy 1/2 ton with a 350. Changed oil every 3000 miles.

Got 210,000 on a 2004 Dodge diesel, still runs like a birdshot dog.

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305,000 miles on a 2012 nissan frontier. Daily driver/hunting vehicle. Uses some oil between changes. Transmission and engine still working real well. Hope to get another 100k out of it.

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336,000 on a 2010 Ford F150


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No longer have it but had a 07 Chevy Duramax finally chucked the rod just under 500,000 miles..

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Now if you want to talk bigger truck motors we've got an old lowboy truck with a 3406 cat I believe it's been rebuilt five or six times and it's got pushing 2 million miles on the actual block

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I looked at the odometer of a 2003 F250 2WD with the 6 speed manual and a 7.3 diesel. The owner was a building engineer that travels all over the US and refuses to fly. When I saw it, it had 806,000 miles on it. The only issue he'd had, other than servicing, a set of brakes and tires, was new shocks.

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Originally Posted by JamesJr
My 2001 Ford Ranger with the 4.0 have 194,000 miles. 160,000 plus were mail route miles.....the worst kind. It still does not use any oil.
I had a 1992 Ranger STX with the 4.0. It was a 2WD, 5 spd, short bed, regular cab. I bought it new and drove it like a sports car. Somewhere around 75k miles when intruded it in and it still didn't use any oil, even with all those high RPM stunts.


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Highest mileage vehicle in our driveway is my wife's 2013 Sienna. Bought it used in '15 with 44K on it. It now has about 185K on it and still runs and drives like a champ. Nothing but regular oil changes, a couple brake jobs, some tires and 1 new battery.

I wish Toyota trucks were as good as that van.


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260,000 on 2000 Ford F250 Super Duty.

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2003 half ton Silverado ECLB. Motor and trans original. ATF changed every 50-60K. Rear end is getting sloppy, and the rust is winning. Still gets driven regularly.


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My work truck a 2000 Toyota Tundra = 392143. Only major work has been valve gaskets. Regular maintenance like timing belt, brakes, couple of starters.

My home truck a 2014 Ford F-150 4x4 crew cab = 70k

Toyota has to last another 10 months or about 12-15K miles to take me into retirement then it goes away.

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Had a 1999 Expedition. 5.4L engine. 2wd.

Never had any engine problems - none. Powerful motor.

Faithfully kept the oil changed.

Last mileage known to me was 209,000 - wife took the vehicle in divorce. She sold it when the heater core went out and the replacement cost was very high.


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I've had a pair of Tacomas in the 180k range before I got rid of them.

Best was a CVPI with 198600 on it and 3700 hours idle time when I sold it. Best car I ever owned. 4.6 mod motor.


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Sold a 12 valve with 856k on the clock... running strong.

Trans had been rebuilt and a couple of front ends... but that is just cost of doing business if you own a Mopar.


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Got a ‘06 Chevy regular cab 1500. 4.8l v8.

Beat around truck.


275k.

Burns a little oil. Headliner is falling down.
Still runs great.

A/c will freeze you out.
If Chevy doesn’t get anything else right, they can make an a/c.


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