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Old 05-23-2010
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Just passed 90k miles...

and i missed it. i noticed about 32 miles after it rolled over.

do you guys watch for your miles to hit certain mileage? every go anywhere just to have your truck hit a milestone on a mountain or trail? i'm thinking i may for 100k

btw, my truck is a 2002 Ranger Edge Plus 4x4 that's stock and driving great.
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and i missed it. i noticed about 32 miles after it rolled over.

do you guys watch for your miles to hit certain mileage? every go anywhere just to have your truck hit a milestone on a mountain or trail? i'm thinking i may for 100k

btw, my truck is a 2002 Ranger Edge Plus 4x4 that's stock and driving great.
I just hit 240,000 on my 1996 original engine!!!
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the only thing i watch for is oil change time. ive got about 64k miles. ill be watching for 100k. Im not worried about anything between.
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LOL, i never heard of anyone watching for 90,000 miles. Usually, it's 100,000 or 200,000
i sort of miss the days when the odometers only had 5 numbers, so at 100,000 miles it read 00000
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I sometimes watch my miles. Depends on what numbers I am hitting...like when I reach 100k miles I will for sure be watching that!
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My old 88' Ranger has "84179" miles, I dont know if its 84k, 184k, or 284k :-D
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i keep track. i've taken pics at 10, 20, 30 and 40k.
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i keep track. i've taken pics at 10, 20, 30 and 40k.
gotta love cell phone cameras. always have a camera for the important times in your trucks life.
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i made sure to grab a picture of mine for 66 666.6 i missed my 80 000 though... hard to believe i've put 21 000km on my truck since september though...
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i keep track. i've taken pics at 10, 20, 30 and 40k.
Those pics will be famous one day...lol.
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It barely breaks in at 100k
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my truck hit 17000 last night. the funny thing is i had 17000 on the overall mileage and the same time i had 170 on my random mileage. will post a pic as soon as i can it’s pretty cool.
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100k
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Add 50 and 60 to the list. Week after 60 was the silver lake trip.
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My buddy got his at 123456 and the trip was at 789.

Talk about planning.
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My 2003 just rolled over 49,000, I was watching for it but missed the roll over. So I've had the truck for 4 years now, when I got it it had 31,500 miles on it, and I've only put on 17,500 miles, that's averaging 4,375 miles per year.
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I've looked down just to see it roll to 80k and 90k. Just happened to look and see it. I take a picture of the odo every january just so I can go back and see how many miles I put on in a year.
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Mine just rolled 3000 a few days ago lol. I watch just because its cool to watch all the numbers move at once
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I do notice my mileage, and I don't go out of my way to see it roll over, but I do make note of it mentally. I used to take photos, but typically I don't travel with a camera. I was bummed a couple months ago when I hit 50,000, and I completely forgot about it. When I got home, I was at 50,012.

My wife has an 07' Ford Edge and is going to hit 59,000 soon. I hate thinking about the miles we are racking up.

I do notice for oil changes and such.
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ive caught mine a couple times.

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The F-150 just rolled over to 70,000 but i missed it by 10 miles.
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mine is about ready to roll over to 70K...ive had it 2.5 years and i put 39,000 miles on it...bought it with 30K
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I have 280000 on my 96 Ranger and she runs great.
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yes i do

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