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Old 05-28-2005, 10:46 PM
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Thumbs up 1.3 Million and Counting

The other day, a customer of mine came to pick-up her Diesel Vw Beetle and we got to talk'n about CTD, because I noticed her husband had one. Anyways I asked her about the truck, 95, 3500, 12v, standard cab, 5spd. I then asked her how many miles were on the truck? She told it had 375,000 miles showing but, the odometer has already roled over once. So I told her, you mean that trucks got 1.3 million miles on it? She said, It wont stop running.

Absolutly amazing.

P.S. This truck is used daily moving horses all over, 30ft horse trailer.
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Now that's getting your money's worth out of a truck!

Something other diesel owners can only dream about?!
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Now that is an accomplishment

If i EVER GET my truck close to the 1 million mark, there will be pictures at 900,000, 990,000, 999,000, 999,999 and finally the big 000,000! ITLL BE BRAND NEW AGAIN!!

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Cool! another 100,000miles of Warranty!!!

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Yeah but I think the 7 in the 7/100 will be in effect then.
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Hey, on the digital ones does it actually show 1 million? Or is this like the Y2K bug, its going to short the system.
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Maybe I should have kept my 95 ????????
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I love hearing story’s like this
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Very Cool. Nice to hear.
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I don't believe it.

How credible is your source?
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Originally posted by Begle1
I don't believe it.

How credible is your source?
Begle1, why is this so hard to believe?I have spoke personally and looked at dodge cummins trucks with well over 700,000 to 800,000 miles on the OD.(hot shotters that deliver trailers)I spoke with them at Dave,s diesel in Angola Ind.a diesel truck service.Not hard for me to believe.coobie
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i was talking to a guy that hauls trailers across the country the other day that had an F-SUPERDUTY (early F450) and it had 850xxx on the powerstroke
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Originally posted by suzukiZrider
i was talking to a guy that hauls trailers across the country the other day that had an F-SUPERDUTY (early F450) and it had 850xxx on the powerstroke
And you were worried?

Zuk, that should motivate you, ur stroke will last a long time if well maintained.. I wish u the best personally...

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1,375,000=10 year old truck
137,500=per year
11,458=per month
2,865=per week
573 miles=per day based on a 5 day work week, it MIGHT be possible
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