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How many miles does your Chevy/GMC pickup have on it?

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1988 GMC Sierra - 185,000 Miles

1999 Chevy Silverado - 160,000 Miles

2009 Chevy Silverado - 2,900 Miles

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Got a baby : '04 Silverado w/ 77,6xx K

My brother's '81 Chevy Camper Special pickup went circa 275K, but led a hard life : original 6.2 diesel died, replaced by a Chevy 350, then replaced after that with a Pontiac 400 (power!), not to mention the truck seriously off-roaded, got lifted, snow-plowed, had a utility body dropped on it, towed equipment & cars. It was still running but was rotting out pretty bad, so it's gone to that junkyard in the sky...

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'98 Suburban LT base gasoline V8, ~160k miles, runs perfect and gets good gas mileage for any truck, let alone a truck it's size & weight.

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1992 Suburban - 193k with original motor & trans

2004 Tahoe - 100k with original everything

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2005 Silverado Crew Cab: 7,000 miles

WOW my 05 had 36,000 miles on it when I traded it in back in January. Thats impressive man.

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Got a baby : '04 Silverado w/ 77,6xx K

My brother's '81 Chevy Camper Special pickup went circa 275K, but led a hard life : original 6.2 diesel died, replaced by a Chevy 350, then replaced after that with a Pontiac 400 (power!), not to mention the truck seriously off-roaded, got lifted, snow-plowed, had a utility body dropped on it, towed equipment & cars. It was still running but was rotting out pretty bad, so it's gone to that junkyard in the sky...

My Dad had, up until several years ago, had an '81 GMC, favorite workhorse of his, that tallied over 330k in the role of brick-mule and doer of odd-jobs. It had a salvage-yard tranny after the original died at 225,000 or so. The original motor went bye-bye at the 250,000 mark. (I'm relating this remembering what Dad told me and accessing my own recollections)

The reason for scrapping it was that the cab-mounts were gone and he felt that if he applied the brakes too hard that the cab would separate and continue on by itself in a shower of sparks.

I told Dad, jokingly, that if he tied some string around it that the trash men might take it if he parked it at the curb.

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The ones I have now are still youg mileagewise.

'05 Silverado about 52k

'88 V3500 Crew cab 82k (ish) with no miles on new engine - the old one died prematurely due to a bad oil pressure guage. (and the fact that I didn't check when I should have).

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The ones I have now are still youg mileagewise.

'05 Silverado about 52k

'88 V3500 Crew cab 82k (ish) with no miles on new engine - the old one died prematurely due to a bad oil pressure guage. (and the fact that I didn't check when I should have).

How do you like your 05 Silverado? I loved mine just had to many little things that bugged me to pass up my 09.

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How do you like your 05 Silverado? I loved mine just had to many little things that bugged me to pass up my 09.

Love it.

Except for the junk CD player.

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Love it.

Except for the junk CD player.

Yea mine didn't work too well either and the truck only had 36,000 on it.

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I was there recently to document XP's Suburban turning 1/4 million.

We barely have time to hang out anymore since both of us have

two jobs, & girls who demand our time, but he stopped by my house

so I could document 249,999 & 250,000 miles on the odometer.

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Yea mine didn't work too well either and the truck only had 36,000 on it.

I'm on my third.

And it is just as bad as the first two.

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I'm on my third.

And it is just as bad as the first two.

Wow! I know mine wouldn't take the CD sometimes, and if you shut the truck off and opened the door while it was playing, when you got back in and turned the truck on the CD wouldn't play.

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My CD player sometimes kicks an inserted CD back out; you have to 'snap' it in, but that's a minor annoyance at best. No other sound system complaints.

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I was there recently to document XP's Suburban turning 1/4 million.

We barely have time to hang out anymore since both of us have

two jobs, & girls who demand our time, but he stopped by my house

so I could document 249,999 & 250,000 miles on the odometer.

253,000 and counting now! Still runs like a champ!

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