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Another Million mile Dodge to the record books...

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That is just amazing. This guy said he had a 96 Ram at home with 850,000 miles on it. This guy must have his employees drive until they drop. :thumb1:

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CajFlynn here has 815K on his 2001 Dodge... Here is a copy of his signature...

2001 qdlb, stage 2 f1 injector, 3 disc tc, 4 inch exhaust, arp head studs, ats co-pilot, power puck/smarty, j-hook, lots of gauges, lots of mag-hytec, bhaf, vulcan big line kit, 815K miles

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I posted a link to a Duracrap owner on the Tractor forum, that said Dodges are unreliable and fall apart. He has never responded to the link, but he swears a V8 Diesel is just as good and long lasting as an Inline. :lmao:

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I posted a link to a Duracrap owner on the Tractor forum, that said Dodges are unreliable and fall apart. He has never responded to the link, but he swears a V8 Diesel is just as good and long lasting as an Inline. :lmao:

i have found most people's definition of "a good vehicle" is the interior and if it can make it to 200k... the world now treat cars/trucks like computers and cell phones. "I don't need to know how or why it works, only how to turn it on and operate it." i cannot think of anyone in my family and close circle of friends that drive a stick(other than my wife, we have 4 of'em). of those people only one ,maybe two, actually change their automatic transmission fluid per manufacture's spec(or ever). :lmao2: i have come to realize that with V6s and V8s...most people don't realize a head gasket is going until they've warped the head(s)....:mad:

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i have found most people's definition of "a good vehicle" is the interior and if it can make it to 200k... the world now treat cars/trucks like computers and cell phones. "I don't need to know how or why it works, only how to turn it on and operate it." i cannot think of anyone in my family and close circle of friends that drive a stick(other than my wife, we have 4 of'em). of those people only one ,maybe two, actually change their automatic transmission fluid per manufacture's spec(or ever). :lmao2: i have come to realize that with V6s and V8s...most people don't realize a head gasket is going until they've warped the head(s)....:mad:

Oh so very true... My first truck I had in Idaho is a 1972 Dodge PowerWagon 3/4 Ton. I managed to put over 202K miles on it before I gave up on the truck. I bought it with just about 70K miles... But it had a broken piston ring and a few other minor problems. I pulled the engine and rebuilt it myself. When I gave up on the beast... The interior was complete shot. But the engine and trans still kept going the proble I had was I was breaking outer axle stubs (4WD and early 72 axle will just being discontinued). It a poor pic but... (really good truck I really do miss it!) http://forum.mopar1973man.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1073 http://forum.mopar1973man.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1072

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