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07 NB 141,00 on it no major problems yet. Small leak from trans rear seal. Engine uses no oil between changes (10,000 Mi.).
Now have 192000 mi no major problems yet. Just purchased a 2000 GMC 5.3 with 253000 on it still runs great with no issues.
I remeber that one. my buddy has his work truck. 05 1500. 5.3L it now has over 300,000 miles with no big repairs.
04 suburban leather loaded
Supercharged 9 psi boost
Electric fan conversion
Triple pillar mount with gauges
Summer tires - 20 inch chrome with cooper H/T plus
Winter tires - stock rims with Bridgestone APT
Energy suspension kit
Air bagged rear end
Prodigy p3 brake controller
Your vehicle can go as fast as you wallet will let it
Buy a hybrid I need your gas
As always, Drive it like you stole it
I have a 91 Silverado C1500 2WD Ext Cab with the 5.7L V-8. I have 208,000 on it. It is still running and gets me there, however, it is on it's last leg.
Been a damn good ole truck though. Tons of memories in that thing!
I sure would like to have a shiny 200,000 mile badge!! Me and my old red Chevy earned it!
This is my first post here in probably a year or so, haha.
My truck is just about to hit 167,000 miles. Its a 1998 Chevy K2500 with the 7.4L. It runs very strong, even stronger than the day we bought it in 2000. That just shows you that if you treat it right, it'll treat you right.
my 1997 chevrolet cheyenne pickup is 2wd with the 4.3 v6 and a 5 spd manual trans and has 243,000 miles on it and i still runs like a top! check out my pictures i put up in the photo gallery under 97redbull