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Old 08-30-2010, 07:14 PM
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Most 2011 Miles so Far?

Who has the most miles on their 2011 so far? I have 19,250 on my 250CC Lariat Short Bed. Just got back from CT to Los Angeles and back. 8,500 miles in 15 days. Awesome truck!
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Old 08-30-2010, 11:03 PM
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I don't have the most but I've had my truck since May 19th. I have 11,364 on my F350CC KR DRW.
Though I met a gentleman yesterday that had a truck like mine besides a Lariat edition he bought his truck on May 6th and he had 47,600 on his truck so far. No major issues to be reported. He hauls horse trailers across US and Canada for a living. I was impressed. Sounds like with proper maintenace these trucks have potential!!!
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Old 08-31-2010, 05:04 AM
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I've got around 7400 miles on mine.
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I don't have the most but I've had my truck since May 19th. I have 11,364 on my F350CC KR DRW.
Though I met a gentleman yesterday that had a truck like mine besides a Lariat edition he bought his truck on May 6th and he had 47,600 on his truck so far. No major issues to be reported. He hauls horse trailers across US and Canada for a living. I was impressed. Sounds like with proper maintenace these trucks have potential!!!
WOW thats alot of driving
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...........I think I have a mere 22,500 on mine...
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WOW thats alot of driving
Yeah, no kidding. That averages out to 400 miles a day every single day since may. He must be quite the super trucker.

Most over the road rigs dont average that good, of course they have to stop to eat, sleep, shower, crap, see family, stand up, etc.
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Old 09-01-2010, 06:03 PM
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I just returned from a CT to Los Angeles round trip that put on 8,500 miles of the 19,500 in just 15 days. Stopped twice. 92 in a 65 in Arizona and 72 in a 50 in Nashville. Walked away clean in Nashville, but Arizona wrote me up for 75. Only state in the whole trip using "instant on" radar. Truck was awesome though.
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Old 09-01-2010, 06:07 PM
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Instant on? oh crap whats that?
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Keep the good news coming!
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Old 09-02-2010, 06:53 PM
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Instant on is when the radar gun is off and the trooper pulls the trigger for a second when you are right on top of him. This way, the radar waves are minimal and the chance of you picking up a stray wave miles down the road is next to impossible. They have been used here in the Northeast for years, but laser is the new thing here. Impossible to do anything except an expensive (and illegal) jammer.
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