107,700 as of right now.
1989 Tempo: 114,xxx (all original)
1990 Tempo: 167,xxx (all original)
1990 F-150: 137,xxx (new motor @ 127k)
1999 F-150: 240,xxx (all original)
'93 Blazer: dead @ 160k, multiple transmission rebuilds.
'94 Chevy Cheyenne K2500: dead @ 130k, 1 trans rebuild and 3 clutch replacements
"A man chooses, a slave obeys" - A. Ryan
---Ford Family of Fine Cars---
1989 Tempo AWD
1990 Tempo GL Sedan
1990 F-150 XLT Lariat
WELLLLL i had 172k until this past weekend when i swapped in a crate motor with some goodies... i replaced EVERYTHING... all accessories and all..brand new... i currently have 310 miles on it...
only thing i replaced in the prior motor was a coil packs and plus... it was great to me...
81k on a 91 gli.
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Gil Hicks: What... like the back of a Volkswagen?
Everything is stock on the engine, burns no oil, barely any timing chain noise... only thing is needs is a clutch and flywheel.... By the way does any one have a cheap dual mass flywheel i can buy for cheap?? or single mass? for an 02m 6 spd transmission??
I just picked up my 03 GLi in December of 2010 with 39,xxx miles on it, today it currently has 60,8xx miles on it! Thing was still just a baby when i picked it up and now i am making up for lost time on her! But due to a move closer to work that has slowed down again! haha
90k two weeks ago. just replaced the cabin air and fuel filters. On my 2nd tranny (first went out on warranty thank god) and replaced 2 coil packs so far. My a/c compressor went out at 85k, replaced that. Last week my motor mount bolts snapped on the passenger side and stripped the threads on the motor mount bracket. had to replace all that. Other than that she runs like a beauty. I must say, the suspension is rock solid on these VRs.
just over 180k cel for cam position sensor....so chains are due. Just replaced the MAF, waterpump, belt, tensioner. Still original clutch with no problems....2nd gear grind though
04' Jetta GLI VR6 - Autotech 2.5" Catback - Magnaflow High flow Cat - United Motorsports Flash
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