Who's driving a 300k+ mileage rig

orelkaddict

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My 96 chevy Z71 had 560k on original motor and 2nd transmission when I gave it away to some people at church. Last time I talked to the people i gave it to it was nearing 670k and had needed a starter. My current 05 chevy 2500hd has 298k and has needed a fuel pump. They get almost the same mileage as my toyota's with more power and way more room!! My 4runner just got a JDM motor 2 weekend ago so hopefully it'll last a while now
 

Crotalus

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Just sold a 2007 FJ Cruiser with 299,500 on it. I bought it in 2011 with 45k. I would have kept driving it but stumbled onto a nice 2016 4Runner
 

PAhntr91

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I’m close. 279,000 on a 2000 4Runner. I love the thing. I’ve put 40,000 in the last year and half. Oil changes, brakes, some gaskets here and there. Timing belt done at like 220. Just drove 20 hours to Quebec in may.
 
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Idaho4x4Bronco

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So much for that old saying, "200k is all a vehicle can last"

I'm actually very surprised how many roksliders are running such high mileage. Hunting gear is expensive and hey, priorities. 😁
 

Nykki

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I've got 504k on my 06 Dodge 2500 with a Cummins, trans rebuild at 310k. I do all the work on both of my trucks. I've got 253k on my 03 Dodge with a Cummins and manual transmission. I change oil at 250 hrs no matter the miles.
 

Brunson84

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1998 4Runner, 2003 f250, both at 260k and good Lord willing they keep on rolling!


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JohnB

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I've got 504k on my 06 Dodge 2500 with a Cummins, trans rebuild at 310k. I do all the work on both of my trucks. I've got 253k on my 03 Dodge with a Cummins and manual transmission. I change oil at 250 hrs no matter the miles.
Ooh 30k+ miles a year is a lot of seat time!
 

Maverick1

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2004 4Runner V8 with 4008K and change. 2000 F250 with 380K, both going strong.
This makes me smile. LOL. I bought a 2007 4Runner V8 with 100k miles on it at the time of purchase - right before the pandemic hit. It now has 130k on it, almost three years later, and I don’t see myself in a different vehicle for a very long time. (I do a lot less driving now, working primarily from home.). 3” lift, 32” tires, it’s great!
 

Bubblehide

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This makes me smile. LOL. I bought a 2007 4Runner V8 with 100k miles on it at the time of purchase - right before the pandemic hit. It now has 130k on it, almost three years later, and I don’t see myself in a different vehicle for a very long time. (I do a lot less driving now, working primarily from home.). 3” lift, 32” tires, it’s great!
I have a 2019 Subaru Outback, I prefer driving the 4Runner. The only thing I missed was navigation; But I added a portable one. My 4Runner runs perfectly, no oil leaks, bla bla bla. 408K, running perfectly, gotta love it.
 

Sapcut

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Family's Lexus LX/Land Cruisers....
1996 LX 503k miles 2000 LX 252k miles
1999 LC 470k miles 2004 LX 350k miles
2000 LX 384k miles 2006 LX 305k miles
 

uglymud

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Family's Lexus LX/Land Cruisers....
1996 LX 503k miles 2000 LX 252k miles
1999 LC 470k miles 2004 LX 350k miles
2000 LX 384k miles 2006 LX 305k miles
You've got us beat:

94 FJ80 with 310k miles, its now more of a toy
01 UZJ100 with 320k miles

And a fj60 with sub 100k

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PA Archer

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01 F250 7.3 diesel with 294,000 and still running strong. Now if I can just figure a way to beat rust I may have it another 20 some years.
 

Forest_Ghost

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I have a 2000 Tundra with right around 317,000 on it, I have built it up pretty well over the years and have replaced wear parts but nothing major as far as breakage. I would not hesitate to jump in it and drive across the country.
 

LightFoot

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I have a 2000 Tundra with right around 317,000 on it, I have built it up pretty well over the years and have replaced wear parts but nothing major as far as breakage. I would not hesitate to jump in it and drive across the country.

I really liked that year for Tundra. Can you post pictures?


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ridgefire

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I have 299000 on my 04 Subaru Outback with the 3.0 H6. I change the oil every 15-20k miles (I have always used the Mobil 1 20k oil and filter) and the tires as needed. Other than that, I have done zero preventative maintenance on it. I dont think I have ever even changed the spar plugs on it. I bought it years ago with approx 120k or so miles on it and not sure if anything was repaired on it before I bought it. I have also replaced a few things like struts and whatnot but nothing motor or tranny wise. I should probably change the tranny fluid and coolant one of these years but afraid it's gonna die if I start wrenching on it at this point. I will definitely buy another Subaru when this one finally dies.
 
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