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Total Votes 8
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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=9149
Submitted by: RadCcab
Comments: 21  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 1  (View)
Submitted on: 08-09-2002
View Stats Category: Truck
My Ram 2500HD Pickup, snapped this pic after I welded the SS Magnaflow tips on


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8-09-2002 @ 05:15:50 PM
Posted By : RadCcab Reply | Edit | Del
Opps my pickup not piclup!! lol I am just turning 90k miles on this beast... the 360 still running strong!

8-09-2002 @ 05:17:10 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
Now that's a long bed.

8-09-2002 @ 05:20:03 PM
Posted By : RadCcab Reply | Edit | Del
lol a friend saw it when I first bought it and said it looks like a ping pong table with that bed cover on there!

8-09-2002 @ 05:23:11 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
It does, really.

I almost bought a '97 Ram for $6,000. Bright red, super sharp short bed with V8 and auto. The only catch: it had nearly 300,000 miles on it. I could've always overhauled it, but I figured it would be better to buy an older vehicle in really good mechanical condition for 6 grand.

In the end, though, I just decided not to spend the money on anything. I should've, though, 'cause I really need a truck.

[Edited by Skid on 8-09-2002 @ 05:25:15 PM]

8-09-2002 @ 05:23:53 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
Sharp truck. Big, too.

8-09-2002 @ 05:25:54 PM
Posted By : RadCcab Reply | Edit | Del
I bought this thing with 40k miles on it, and there's about 89k on it now, guess that's not bad for a 1995. DAAAAAAMN 300k on a 97' holy moley!

8-09-2002 @ 05:28:33 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
89,000 on a '95 is more than reasonable.

8-09-2002 @ 05:28:57 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
300,000 on a truck two years younger is INSANE.

8-09-2002 @ 05:29:53 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
I don't know how in the hell it got that mileage on it....it might have been a company vehicle of some sort.

For the record, it was actually like 270,000.

8-09-2002 @ 05:31:08 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
The question is, did it make it that far without a rebuild? If so, daaaang..

8-09-2002 @ 05:32:40 PM
Posted By : RadCcab Reply | Edit | Del
Thats what I was wondering... what all has been done in that 270k Trying to figure out what I am in for. (although that would be the mileage for me like in 12 years lol)

8-09-2002 @ 05:33:51 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
My mother has worked for Fuji for several years now....she drives vans all over MS and LA collecting undeveloped film from WalMarts. They used Ford vans (they just got a new fleet of Dodges, though) and would run them up anywhere from 300,000 to 400,000 on their original engines without overhauls. Highway mileage isn't hard on a vehicle.

8-09-2002 @ 05:34:51 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#12: Very true. My first car had 156K on it, and it was mostly highway. Smooth as could be, especially considering it was a 3.8 V6 (known for rough idle).

8-09-2002 @ 05:35:14 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
The current record (from the Guiness Book) on original engine without overhaul is over 700,000, on a '79 Cadillac.

8-09-2002 @ 05:36:01 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
Dude. How'd he get the mileage? Put it in neutral and have it towed with the drive wheels on the ground?

8-09-2002 @ 05:36:21 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
BTW, the truck I was looking at may have been rebuilt for all I know, but I wasn't taking the chance.

8-09-2002 @ 05:37:31 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#16: Can't say I blame you. Pretty stupid to spend money on guesswork.

8-09-2002 @ 05:37:41 PM
Posted By : RadCcab Reply | Edit | Del
Damn put a k&n filter to the 1 million mile warranty LOL (#14)

[Edited by RadCcab on 8-09-2002 @ 05:38:38 PM]

8-09-2002 @ 05:37:42 PM
Posted By : Lebo Reply | Edit | Del
wow...my dad's '73 eldo had 489,000 miles before it keeled over...

6-03-2005 @ 12:59:21 AM
Posted By : Biohazard Reply | Edit | Del
*accidently clicked the add to favorites key instead of comments*

*is too lazy to remove it*

btw, this is a huge freeking truck..

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