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Title: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: highside74 on February 18, 2021, 02:22:02 PM
Post your vehicle odo and any info about it that you care to include.

I'll go first.

99 Toyota 4runner 3.4L with original engine and transmission.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: D-Rock425 on February 18, 2021, 02:23:34 PM
I had a 6.0 diesel that went over 130k before it blew up. :chuckle: :chuckle: :chuckle:
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: greenhead_killer on February 18, 2021, 02:26:48 PM
dang! i put on around 250k every 5 years and get a new one. maybe ill run my current one up and see where she blows. im at 185k now
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: huntnphool on February 18, 2021, 02:58:16 PM
 Iím over 540k on my 7.3 Excursion
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Caseyd on February 18, 2021, 03:08:51 PM
257k on my gmc 5.3  8)

One factory reman tranny, couple sets of hubs

Iíve set a goal of 300k
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: highside74 on February 18, 2021, 03:11:28 PM
Iím over 540k on my 7.3 Excursion

Have a goal or just happy to keep racking up the miles? My goal was 500k so now everything else is bonus mikes.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Machias on February 18, 2021, 03:21:32 PM
Wow, I thought mine had a bunch of miles.  Looks like at 281,000 I'm just getting mine broke in!!  2002 Toyota Tacoma.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: highside74 on February 18, 2021, 03:23:35 PM
What is yours?
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: rasbo on February 18, 2021, 03:27:02 PM
280,000 plus on my Silverado 6.0. But!!! 170 or more of that is timberland roads and farm
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Mtnwalker on February 18, 2021, 03:46:20 PM
Wow, I thought mine had a bunch of miles.  Looks like at 281,000 I'm just getting mine broke in!!  2002 Toyota Tacoma.

Especially for that year. About as bulletproof as they come
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: highside74 on February 18, 2021, 03:56:10 PM
Wow, I thought mine had a bunch of miles.  Looks like at 281,000 I'm just getting mine broke in!!  2002 Toyota Tacoma.

Especially for that year. About as bulletproof as they come

Definitely an engine that if properly maintained could go 500k.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Ghost Hunter on February 18, 2021, 04:14:54 PM
202,200 on my 2005 Ram 2500.  A lot of hauling and towing.  Plenty on snow, gravel and rock roads/trails from WA to WY.  Put a flatbed on a few years ago, so not making it any easier on the old girl.  Said when I bought it would likely be my last. 
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: rasbo on February 18, 2021, 04:21:39 PM
202,200 on my 2005 Ram 2500.  A lot of hauling and towing.  Plenty on snow, gravel and rock roads/trails from WA to WY.  Put a flatbed on a few years ago, so not making it any easier on the old girl.  Said when I bought it would likely be my last.
hope mine lasts,can't afford and won't go into debt for another
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: silverdalesauer on February 18, 2021, 04:36:34 PM
I'm at 220,000 on my 2006 Ford F-150 Lariat - original engine and transmission.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Platensek-po on February 18, 2021, 04:43:23 PM
My dad bought a 1994 f150 in the early 2000s for $800. It now has over 300k and has done multiple road trips, hails boats, cars etc. All original guys just basic maintenance. I also had 1984 bronco that had unknown miles but was also bombproof. Never should have sold that bronco still kick myself.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: wall of wood camp on February 18, 2021, 04:46:53 PM
Wow!   I thought my 2000 Chevy Tahoe 5.3 vortec was doing good with 287,700 on it. I just had to put a new rear main seal in as it was blowing oil out the back pretty good, now should be good for another 200k at least.  She doesn't get pampered lots of trailer towing and dirt roads.   
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Bareback on February 18, 2021, 06:02:14 PM
88 Ford Bronco, over 500K. It just got itís fourth heart transplant.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: grimace on February 18, 2021, 07:18:22 PM
202,200 on my 2005 Ram 2500.  A lot of hauling and towing.  Plenty on snow, gravel and rock roads/trails from WA to WY.  Put a flatbed on a few years ago, so not making it any easier on the old girl.  Said when I bought it would likely be my last.


I just hit 400k on my 05' Dodge Ram, trans was rebuilt at 70k and fluid changes since. I said the same thing when I bought mine, with all the pollution crap on the new ones I'll just keep rebuilding it.

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Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: emac on February 18, 2021, 09:13:57 PM
I hit 200000 on my 05 ram 1500 Thanksgiving weekend orginal motor and tranny.  It has been run hard and wild.

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Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: JimmyHoffa on February 18, 2021, 09:33:04 PM
280,000 plus on my Silverado 6.0. But!!! 170 or more of that is timberland roads and farm
Would be interesting if there was an accurate way to convert the miles to paved highway miles.  Some of those DNR and USFS roads can be brutal.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Stein on February 18, 2021, 11:22:40 PM
I drove a Pepsi truck back in the day that had 770k on it, does that count?

I usually get right around 300k before selling my old trucks, most have been the 5.3 Chevy, on was a 350, all ran great when I sold them.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Humptulips on February 19, 2021, 12:50:16 AM
My friend has trucks, log trucks, chip trucks and gravel trucks. Every piece of equipment he has comes from the auction. Must be 10 or 12 years ago he told me he had bought a new truck for hauling spaltz to Longview. I couldn't believe it and I was right. It came from the auction with 1.2 million miles on it. It hauls a chip trailer on average two trips a day Neilton to Longview. It currently is sidelined waiting for a transmission rebuild. A few years ago I helped him rebuild the frame, new frame rails.
He has a gravel truck he claims has near 3 million on it. It is in the bone yard. Drove its last mile.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Sandberm on February 19, 2021, 01:49:53 AM
500k is incredible

I've got 259,000 on my 03 Chevy s-10, original engine(4.3) and transmission, burns maybe 1/4 to 1/2 qt oil between 5000 mile oil changes. Hoping to get to 300k before transmission goes out. It runs strong and shifts great still.  :dunno:
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Scruffy on February 19, 2021, 02:15:57 AM
438K miles on my 2001 7.3 F-250 retired it in 2015 as my daily driver when I bought a 2015 F-350 6.7 and I have 170K on it.  Gotta love them diesels
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: jaymark6655 on February 19, 2021, 05:41:36 AM
2004 Nissan Xterra and 2008 Audi A4, both over 200K. Working on 300K I've had to fix broken timing belt/chain on both. Xterra had a blown head gasket on the #1 side. The Xterra drove from Washington to Indiana and the a trip to North Carolina and back and carried quite a few deer. The Audi has done a few trips to  Arkansas and back and one to Maryland. I would buy either again when I need to, too bad the Xterra is no longer made. It has manual transmission and 4 wheel drive, my go to snow vehicle.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Jpmiller on February 19, 2021, 06:51:05 AM
I had a 6.0 diesel that went over 130k before it blew up. :chuckle: :chuckle: :chuckle:

Having three of the 6.0L Ford's in my work fleet this right here might be the most impressive. I don't think any of them saw 100k before massive repairs.

I'm in a good spot right now with my highest mileage vehicle only at 255k with no failures yet. 08 F250
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: 257wbymagkiller on February 19, 2021, 07:22:03 AM
Got a 1997 ranger 4x4 with just shy of 297k and she runs and drives like a top. All original. Been thinking of converting it to a sweet hunting rig. LS swap it with a straight axle and a flat net but who knows ha
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: baker5150 on February 19, 2021, 07:37:06 AM
We've got an International Diesel Cab over box truck in our fleet with 630k on it. 
It's a 2002 and starts up like it's a 2020.  Most reliable vehicle we have ever purchased.

It is by far the most un-comfortable rig I have ever driven.  Like sitting on a stool, driving a fish bowl, with a steering wheel the size of a wagon wheel.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Sandberm on February 19, 2021, 08:12:12 AM
We've got an International Diesel Cab over box truck in our fleet with 630k on it. 
It's a 2002 and starts up like it's a 2020.  Most reliable vehicle we have ever purchased.

It is by far the most un-comfortable rig I have ever driven.  Like sitting on a stool, driving a fish bowl, with a steering wheel the size of a wagon wheel.

 :chuckle:

Your description has me envisioning a couple of Russians driving that rig on an icy Russian freeway, cursing loudly at other drivers while some funky music plays on the crappy radio, all of it being recorded on a dash cam.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: woodswalker on February 19, 2021, 08:43:45 AM
Man, I thought i had stacked the miles on...but mine are spread over several trucks.

2001 2wd S-10, bought new, 296K, has had the endemic intake gaskets changed once, a couple of alternators, radiator/heater core (related to intake gaskets issue), one water pump, one fan clutch, front wheel bearings the usual brakes/tires/filters consumables and 2 major tuneups.  Still running strong, Oil changes every 5K, the larger filter every time, and a couple of busted windows.  Towed my boat a LOT with that one.

2001 4wd S-10, bought in '04 with 36K on the clock, now has 259K, has had the endemic intake gaskets changed once, an alternator, radiator/heater core (related to intake gaskets issue), one water pump, one fan clutch, on 4th set of lifetime lubricated front wheel bearings the usual brakes/tires/filters consumables and 2 major tuneups.  Still running strong, Oil changes every 5K, the larger filter every time, and a couple of busted windows.

1995 K-1500, bought in '13 with over 160k on it, now 225K on the clock, water pump, fan clutch, heater core, radiator, clutch/pressure plate/TOB, one alternator, the usual brakes/tires/filters consumables and 1 major tuneup. 

Recently got sideswiped in a Lowes parking lot from just behind the door of the extended cab, clear back to the tail light, load hanging off a landscape trailer did the deed, guy never even stopped...I am still FURIOUS about that.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Sandberm on February 19, 2021, 11:15:25 AM
Man, I thought i had stacked the miles on...but mine are spread over several trucks.

2001 2wd S-10, bought new, 296K, has had the endemic intake gaskets changed once, a couple of alternators, radiator/heater core (related to intake gaskets issue), one water pump, one fan clutch, front wheel bearings the usual brakes/tires/filters consumables and 2 major tuneups.  Still running strong, Oil changes every 5K, the larger filter every time, and a couple of busted windows.  Towed my boat a LOT with that one.

2001 4wd S-10, bought in '04 with 36K on the clock, now has 259K, has had the endemic intake gaskets changed once, an alternator, radiator/heater core (related to intake gaskets issue), one water pump, one fan clutch, on 4th set of lifetime lubricated front wheel bearings the usual brakes/tires/filters consumables and 2 major tuneups.  Still running strong, Oil changes every 5K, the larger filter every time, and a couple of busted windows.

1995 K-1500, bought in '13 with over 160k on it, now 225K on the clock, water pump, fan clutch, heater core, radiator, clutch/pressure plate/TOB, one alternator, the usual brakes/tires/filters consumables and 1 major tuneup. 

Recently got sideswiped in a Lowes parking lot from just behind the door of the extended cab, clear back to the tail light, load hanging off a landscape trailer did the deed, guy never even stopped...I am still FURIOUS about that.

Ive got 259K on my 03 s-10. Are you still on the stock transmission on those s-10's? If I towed my 16 ft tracker boat in the summer with my 03 s-10 the transmission would get hot and spew tranny fluid out what I assumed was a breather vent.

-I replaced the radiator at 105k when it started running hot because the dexcool plugged the radiator.
-Still have the stock heater core.
-Did the intake gasket.
-Catalytic converter
-1 alternator
-1 set of brake pads
-vacuum line that engages 4wd
-replaced the plastic 3rd door handle with aluminum one
-1 water pump
-transfer case switch a couple times
-Distributor
-O 2 sensors
-Drivers side power window motor twice, passenger side once
-Made my own drivers side door hinge bushing and pin
-1 drivers side window and 2 windshields, needs a 3rd
-2 fuel pumps (only time I got stranded when the first one went out)
-thermostat

So yeah, basically as reliable as a Toyota  :-[
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: HikerHunter on February 19, 2021, 11:24:51 AM
270k on a 2002 Subaru forester. Bought it at 100k and the guy was just about thanking me for taking a "ticking time bomb" off his hands...

The ONLY time it hasn't started was a snowy hunt when a hunting buddy left his reading light on all day. Luckily its a manual and I happened to park on a small rise.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: highside74 on February 19, 2021, 11:30:12 AM
270k on a 2002 Subaru forester. Bought it at 100k and the guy was just about thanking me for taking a "ticking time bomb" off his hands...

The ONLY time it hasn't started was a snowy hunt when a hunting buddy left his reading light on all day. Luckily its a manual and I happened to park on a small rise.

You are getting lucky. They don't nickle and dime they take the whole $20 bill when the heads fail. That's generally the worst of it though.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Dhoey07 on February 19, 2021, 12:12:10 PM
270k on a 2002 Subaru forester. Bought it at 100k and the guy was just about thanking me for taking a "ticking time bomb" off his hands...

The ONLY time it hasn't started was a snowy hunt when a hunting buddy left his reading light on all day. Luckily its a manual and I happened to park on a small rise.

I've got 140k on my forester.  Did the water pump and timing belt last year.  They do have tiny batteries in them, so little room for error in cold temps and leaving a light on. 

My highest mileage I had on a ticker was 212k out of a V6 5 speed dodge dakota.  Clutch went out and I didn't feel like fixing it so I sold it for $500. 
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: RugerRay on February 19, 2021, 02:01:16 PM
I almost have 218,000 on my '04 Toyota Tundra double cab 4WD with the 4.7. Only thing done to it so far is the timing belt and water pump at 150,000. Struts and shocks done at 205,000. Hoping to hit the 500k mark with this truck down the road. I love driving this truck whether it's up in the woods, pulling the 18' bass boat or cruising down the highway.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: crabcreekhunter on February 19, 2021, 03:00:24 PM
Have a 2002 Tacoma with the 3.4L bought new, has 260k on it now.  Cosmetically its seen better days, but gets me A to B.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Dan-o on February 19, 2021, 03:40:27 PM
2006 Silverado with the Duramax.

I just passed 48K. 

I think she's got a few more miles in her.    :P
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Miles on February 19, 2021, 04:01:39 PM
2006 Silverado with the Duramax.

I just passed 48K. 

I think she's got a few more miles in her.    :P

Iíd say so!   My 2016 has 114,000, and still drives like itís new.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: woodswalker on February 19, 2021, 04:03:41 PM
Man, I thought i had stacked the miles on...but mine are spread over several trucks.

2001 2wd S-10, bought new, 296K, has had the endemic intake gaskets changed once, a couple of alternators, radiator/heater core (related to intake gaskets issue), one water pump, one fan clutch, front wheel bearings the usual brakes/tires/filters consumables and 2 major tuneups.  Still running strong, Oil changes every 5K, the larger filter every time, and a couple of busted windows.  Towed my boat a LOT with that one.

2001 4wd S-10, bought in '04 with 36K on the clock, now has 259K, has had the endemic intake gaskets changed once, an alternator, radiator/heater core (related to intake gaskets issue), one water pump, one fan clutch, on 4th set of lifetime lubricated front wheel bearings the usual brakes/tires/filters consumables and 2 major tuneups.  Still running strong, Oil changes every 5K, the larger filter every time, and a couple of busted windows.

1995 K-1500, bought in '13 with over 160k on it, now 225K on the clock, water pump, fan clutch, heater core, radiator, clutch/pressure plate/TOB, one alternator, the usual brakes/tires/filters consumables and 1 major tuneup. 

Recently got sideswiped in a Lowes parking lot from just behind the door of the extended cab, clear back to the tail light, load hanging off a landscape trailer did the deed, guy never even stopped...I am still FURIOUS about that.

Ive got 259K on my 03 s-10. Are you still on the stock transmission on those s-10's? If I towed my 16 ft tracker boat in the summer with my 03 s-10 the transmission would get hot and spew tranny fluid out what I assumed was a breather vent.

-I replaced the radiator at 105k when it started running hot because the dexcool plugged the radiator.
-Still have the stock heater core.
-Did the intake gasket.
-Catalytic converter
-1 alternator
-1 set of brake pads
-vacuum line that engages 4wd
-replaced the plastic 3rd door handle with aluminum one
-1 water pump
-transfer case switch a couple times
-Distributor
-O 2 sensors
-Drivers side power window motor twice, passenger side once
-Made my own drivers side door hinge bushing and pin
-1 drivers side window and 2 windshields, needs a 3rd
-2 fuel pumps (only time I got stranded when the first one went out)
-thermostat

So yeah, basically as reliable as a Toyota  :-[

Yeah the radiators/heater cores were both due to the Dexcool.  I have had no transmission troubles, but i right out on purchase (or prior to)and had an additional trans cooler installed, because i knew i would be towing.  I had forgotten that i broke one of the 3rd door handles on each truck, early on, bought a spare and have never used it.  Both of mine need windshields, not until AFTER winter.  no issues with transfer case switches or front axles,  I DID change one fuel pump each after some BAD gas (it was corrosive), and i didn't trust the original ones after that.  I probably need to do the drivers door pins/bushings...but they dont leak yet.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: b0bbyg on February 19, 2021, 04:23:26 PM
Bought a 2002 Toyota Echo as a commuter years back, sitting around 265 right now still runs good.  I really wanted to just drive it until the wheels fell off but have too many cars now that kids all started buying their own and I work from home.  Might have to let someone else push it over the 300 mark.

Bought a 2003 GMC Silverado with 185K  and now at 215K, I only drive it to hunt and haul things, at this rate it will take 15 more years to hit 300  :)
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: HntnFsh on February 19, 2021, 06:32:52 PM
2006 Silverado with the Duramax.

I just passed 48K. 

I think she's got a few more miles in her.    :P

My 06 has 230,000 on it. Just getting broke in. :chuckle: Actually runs and drives like new. Did a pump rub kit a few weeks ago. First set of brakes ever last summer. I think 3 glow plug and an alternator. Oh,changed leaky transmission hoses last summer also.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Buckmark on February 20, 2021, 02:05:43 PM
I'm in, not a vehicle most would think could last this long and it will go even longer, i was shooting for 500k and would of gotten there in 3 yrs but my commute changed and now it will take 17.5yrs so thats not gonna happen with me behind the wheel
2004 Mitsubishi Galant, 2.4L 4 cyl Auto, has been trouble free (knock on wood) nothing but regular maint which i am super anal about on my vehicles, does not use more than 1/2qt oil between changes (just conventional oil btw) and still drives just fine. For me personally this is my newest vehicle in my fleet (my wife's vehicle is a 2013), all my other personal cars all have 150k or less and that includes a 1968, 1996, 2002 and a 2005

We should also add low miles bragging rights, my 2005 vehicle only has 29k on it, my dad has a 2000 Honda with less that 20k on it  :yike: and it looks factory new in and out, he recently had to have the airbags done under recall and the dealership took pictures of his car.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Sandberm on February 20, 2021, 02:11:49 PM
I've gone with the fleet mentality too

4 pickups, the newest being a 2010 and the wifes 05 Pathfinder with 205,000 miles. Love the Pathfinder, though the transmission does funny things every once in a great while. Thing is as tight as new. Id buy another of that 05-12 vintage in a heartbeat
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: huntnphool on February 20, 2021, 02:41:08 PM
 We purchased a new Honda Accord back in 89, was my wifeís daily driver. I changed the original clutch at 320k and we ended up giving it to my bother with 380k on it. He drove it for a couple more years before giving it away, had 400k+ on it.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Mark Brenckle on February 20, 2021, 03:35:42 PM
My '08 Sonata has 250,000 trouble free miles. Just routine maintenance and an alternator at 180k.
  For low miles, the '17 Ram only has 15k, not as low as I'd like but it rides/drives/towes so nice its hard NOT to take it. I joke with my wife about hauling 1 ton of air around.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: 10thmountainarcher on February 20, 2021, 03:39:49 PM
I'm in, not a vehicle most would think could last this long and it will go even longer, i was shooting for 500k and would of gotten there in 3 yrs but my commute changed and now it will take 17.5yrs so thats not gonna happen with me behind the wheel
2004 Mitsubishi Galant, 2.4L 4 cyl Auto, has been trouble free (knock on wood) nothing but regular maint which i am super anal about on my vehicles, does not use more than 1/2qt oil between changes (just conventional oil btw) and still drives just fine. For me personally this is my newest vehicle in my fleet (my wife's vehicle is a 2013), all my other personal cars all have 150k or less and that includes a 1968, 1996, 2002 and a 2005

We should also add low miles bragging rights, my 2005 vehicle only has 29k on it, my dad has a 2000 Honda with less that 20k on it  :yike: and it looks factory new in and out, he recently had to have the airbags done under recall and the dealership took pictures of his car.

Iíve got an 06 Charger Daytona with 23500 miles on her.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: silverdalesauer on February 20, 2021, 05:09:07 PM
My wife drives a 1993 Chevy Caprice Classic station wagon with the wood panels and way back seat. She hauls our boys around with kayaks, canoes, and fishing/crabbing gear in that car. It's got less than 200,000 miles on it. The thing just keeps on ticking. At this rate, it'll be a classic car in 2 years. We bought it in 2007 for $2000 cash from the original owner. At the time, it only had 55K miles on it.  Best money we've ever spent. Original engine, original transmission, no major issues.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Ghost Hunter on February 20, 2021, 09:43:52 PM
Put 240,000 in ten years on a 2002 Dodge Intrepid.  Drove it like I stole it.   Replaced brakes, tires, oil and filters as needed.  Had to replace the starter.  Had original battery when traded in.  Wife still misses it.  About the same on a 97 Dakota.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: M_ray on February 21, 2021, 12:34:44 AM
F250 powerstroke 300k
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: ridgefire on February 23, 2021, 05:28:43 PM
My daily driver is a 2004 Subaru Outback with 270000 on it. I bought it with 120000 miles and have done very little to it besides tires and oil changes. Hope to get another 100000 out of it.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Heiny on February 23, 2021, 06:29:03 PM
Volkswagen TDI, 380k and climbing.  Hopefully break 400k , just started looking for a replacement.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: doubletall on March 05, 2021, 02:48:04 PM
http://www.millionmilevan.com/
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: huntnphool on March 05, 2021, 03:51:37 PM
 Just got done replacing a leaking coolant hose between the heater core and back of the head. Who knew those things needed to be changed at half a million miles! :chuckle:
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: highside74 on March 05, 2021, 03:56:21 PM
Wsit... there's maintenance?
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Wa hunter on March 27, 2021, 05:51:12 PM
I almost have 218,000 on my '04 Toyota Tundra double cab 4WD with the 4.7. Only thing done to it so far is the timing belt and water pump at 150,000. Struts and shocks done at 205,000. Hoping to hit the 500k mark with this truck down the road. I love driving this truck whether it's up in the woods, pulling the 18' bass boat or cruising down the highway.
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I have the same rig with 277k,  great truck.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: KFhunter on March 27, 2021, 06:14:15 PM
My 95 CTD is pushing 300k, but it needs a lotta lovin

Thinking hard about a frame off full resto looking at prices of new

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Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: 3dvapor on March 27, 2021, 06:20:59 PM
388,000 Toyota tacoma 2001.  Clutch, 3 sets of Toyota pads, center bearing, coil packs and plugs.  Still doesn't leak oil.  2.7litre.  That truck makes me money every time I start it up.
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: Jingles on April 01, 2021, 11:39:50 AM
Can't take a pic but when I traded in the 99 F350 had 437K Plus on the 7.3
Title: Re: Vehicle High Miles Bragging Rights
Post by: spin05 on April 10, 2021, 05:16:46 AM
Got 417K on my 07 Acura TSX