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#31 nbent OFFLINE  

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Posted April 20, 2016 - 11:45 AM

My old Dodge just rolled over 300k before moving

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Posted May 06, 2016 - 08:07 PM

Just watched the odometer on my 6 year old PU turn over to 30,000 miles this weekend.


Got you beat. My 6 year old PU is still under 19,000 miles. ;-)

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Posted May 06, 2016 - 08:22 PM

Got you beat. My 6 year old PU is still under 19,000 miles. ;-)


I never understood how people do that unless you only drive it on nice days or something. Even back a few years ago when I had my ram drove 20 miles round trip to work. I just figured out that I did about 18k a year on it.

My ranger I bought in 03 and had it till 07. It had 298k on it. 74000 miles a year! But I lived 250 miles from home. Id drive that a couple times a week. I just pecked on my calculator and if I averaged 60mph all the time I spent 51 days a year in truck! But I was 19 then and jumping in my truck with a buddy and driving no where was a common past time

I put 25k on my truck last year. I've slowed down this year and only put almost 5k on it so far because my maintenance light flashed. Ive also been driving my other truck more to cut down the Tacoma usage.

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Posted May 06, 2016 - 08:34 PM

I never understood how people do that unless you only drive it on nice days or something.


I have a company supplied work minivan and if I'm running around after work it's typically in one of the vehicles my wife drives. The truck is pretty much only used for actual "truck" stuff, hauling or towing.
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