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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl View Post
    I got all you bitches beat..

    160k on the old Beemer

    300k on the 2000 corolla

    160k on the 1990 corolla

    200k on the Nissan P/U

    20k on the vintage Land Rover.


    Not counting mileage on the scooters over the past 10 years. (another 30K?)

    Getting very close to a million.
    Read Post #9, you still have about a half million to go.

    That's around 150,000 in each of:
    Holden Ute
    Holden 179
    Holden Premier
    Land Rover
    Isuzu pickup (2)
    Toyota Crown
    Mazda Pickup
    Mazda 626
    Peugeot 505
    Mitsubishi Pajero
    Jeep Cherokee
    Ford Ranger
    Isuzu D-max
    Ford Ranger Wildtrak and various cars of wife.

    I think there were a couple more with lesser mileage but I don't remember them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shy Guava View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl View Post
    I got all you bitches beat..

    160k on the old Beemer

    300k on the 2000 corolla

    160k on the 1990 corolla

    200k on the Nissan P/U

    20k on the vintage Land Rover.


    Not counting mileage on the scooters over the past 10 years. (another 30K?)

    Getting very close to a million.
    Read Post #9, you still have about a half million to go.

    That's around 150,000 in each of:
    Holden Ute
    Holden 179
    Holden Premier
    Land Rover
    Isuzu pickup (2)
    Toyota Crown
    Mazda Pickup
    Mazda 626
    Peugeot 505
    Mitsubishi Pajero
    Jeep Cherokee
    Ford Ranger
    Isuzu D-max
    Ford Ranger Wildtrak and various cars of wife.

    I think there were a couple more with lesser mileage but I don't remember them
    What kind of fucking french homo drives pukeshit505 in Thailand!!! That's a 500k km deduction right there tool-breath.


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    Come girl this is one pick up truck, over the last 8 years not our life time.

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    We have a 10+ yo Honda City. Done 50k & goes like a dream. Nevertheless, we are considering an update to a Toyota Fortuner - 2 pax. Why? Good question!
    Support the Thai government - tax etc.
    On a private sale (no trade), we have been advised to accept B200k. Sounds great by me.

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    cnx37 one like this 2013 2.5 manual G



    Don't go & put 22" rims

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    Come girl this is one pick up truck, over the last 8 years not our life time.
    Being retired and not having to drive all over like you Rat, I've put a whopping 120K km on my 2010 Vigo. Might trade it in next year although these Toyota trucks do hold up a lot longer than the Chevy or Ford. Saw one of those new Rangers go by the other day and the back bumper was already shaking loose from its mounts.
    A Deplorable Bitter Clinger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    Come girl this is one pick up truck, over the last 8 years not our life time.
    Being retired and not having to drive all over like you Rat, I've put a whopping 120K km on my 2010 Vigo. Might trade it in next year although these Toyota trucks do hold up a lot longer than the Chevy or Ford. Saw one of those new Rangers go by the other day and the back bumper was already shaking loose from its mounts.
    I'm holding out to see if they bring a new model out next year.
    My brother in Australia drove a Ford Ranger at his work & had problems,
    They found that the inter-cooler pipe was back to front

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    I have now updated this thread for a time so here we are now. picture at the top is Jan this year


    This is today
    I didn't see it anywhere else, what make/model is your pick up? Any major repairs? Do you maintain it yourself or take it to a dealer? If you do maintain it yourself, what kind of oil do you use? Thanks
    Quite impressive.

    I've got 80,000 kilometers on a 6 year old Yaris, and 116,000 on a 7 year old Honda CBR-150. Both vehicles have been flawless.

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    who wants to drive around Thailand when you can walk

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjwilliams View Post
    who wants to drive around Thailand when you can walk
    Welcome SJ If I walked then it would take a long time to get from A to B
    So if I walk how many kilometres can I travel each day, as 493,381 / 365 days per year / 8 years = 168.96 kilometre per day.
    Now the average walking speed is about 5 kilometre's per hour, I think that may be I will stick with driving.


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    ^You showed him, Rat...Well done...

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    OK a update


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    OK we have the magic number 8 year Hilux Vigo 4 X4
    it don't burn oil or black smoke


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    I just turned 110K with my 2010 Hilux Vigo 4X4.

    No black smoke. 1 set of new tires at 87K. 1 new battery last year. 2 turn signal (rear) bulbs replaced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    I just turned 110K with my 2010 Hilux Vigo 4X4.

    No black smoke. 1 set of new tires at 87K. 1 new battery last year. 2 turn signal (rear) bulbs replaced.
    3rd Battery for me 1 water pump replaced 1 service after the cVnts who did the timing belt,did not do a good job.
    As Toyota told the TGF water pump was leaking, she told them put a new water pump.
    When she came back from service I had a look at the water pump & it had a leaky gasket.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    I just turned 110K with my 2010 Hilux Vigo 4X4.

    No black smoke. 1 set of new tires at 87K. 1 new battery last year. 2 turn signal (rear) bulbs replaced.
    3rd Battery for me 1 water pump replaced 1 service after the cVnts who did the timing belt,did not do a good job.
    As Toyota told the TGF water pump was leaking, she told them put a new.
    When she came back from service I had a look at the water pump & it had a leaky gasket.

    Guess that all depends on which Toyota service place you go. Hopefully, the one I've been using wll maintain a high standard. Taking your vehicle to a Cockpit or other for anything other than a nail/screw in the tire is asking for trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    OK we have the magic number 8 year Hilux Vigo 4 X4
    it don't burn oil or black smoke

    Damn impressive.

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    I had a 30,000 kms service done on my Mazda BT50 in April last year. Since then I have only added 5,000 kms to the clock. Do all my traveling on my motorbikes.

    In fact, I put 2,000 baht of diesel in the tank last November and I still have half a tank showing on the guage now.

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    340,000 on my honda civic


    all over Thailand, Malaysia, Laos and Cambodia and mabye 25,000 of those on shit roads

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    340,000klm not bad for a Civic

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    yep;
    am a happy camper.

    i have replaced the top end once , timing chain 3 x an all front bearings and rubbers twice an the air con more times than i care to count LOL

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    10 K on a Versys
    50 K on a Teana

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    The old girl has been put down & onto the new Hilux 2 month old 13,000 klm, already on taget 60,000 for the year

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    There's nothing I enjoy more than driving coast to coast across the US and I highly recommend it to anyone. Used to do it every year until my father died in 2014.

    I hate every f--cking kilometer here, it's like a football game without a referee.

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    Could not agree more Bob. Last year I took the family all over the west coast. Over 2,000 miles. Never swore never got the least bit angry.

    The first day back I took the kids to school, and they were dying laughing. "What up" I asked. "Dad we have driven for 2 minutes and you have said fcuk 5 times" Its that simple.

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