How many miles have you got on your TB, Envoy Etc?

Capote

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139,765
 

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jeffro312

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20160913_141551.jpg . And going semi strong minor issues still strong like a bull. 04 Buick Rainier
Just soldered in new stepper motors and blue LEDs. Only gauge I had working for about a year now was my tachometer. So strange to see a gauge to go with the miles until empty thank you gm for that handy display and technology for torque app ( monitor temps)
 
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midnightbluS10

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158k on the 4wd
156k on the 2wd, I think.

248k on my '01 Blazer with less than 10k on the new engine(LU3 4.3L) from Chevy since I installed it in the Fall of 2013.
 
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Mike534x

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05 Envoy Denali - 172,289 miles. Jury is still out on whether the engine/lifters have ever been replaced on this thing. Time will tell at this point, just needs a few things done this spring. (Front Struts, Front/Rear Diff Fluids, Tune-up, Transfer Case and figuring out why the ABS is still kicking in under 5 MPH with a new Speed Sensor installed..). Runs like a champ though! Definitely seems to have more "oomph" then my Trailblazer did.
 

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147,000+
 

RedRocketZ28

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Just went over 140k miles on the Rainier. Bought it 2 1/2 years ago with 83k on it.
 

Real McCoy

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Mine just recently rolled up 341,000 miles with only minor maintenance type items. Unfortunately it is now running rough and has low compression in cyl #5. I am debating whether it is worth pulling the head for a valve job or not - not sure I want to invest that much time and money at this point - it has absolutely no resale value.
 

AzTruckGuy

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At 105110 and over $3k I'm looking to get the hell out of this Chevy, period. Since been in the city it's a better small city driver, as for the freeway in Phoenix Hell no
 
At 105110 and over $3k I'm looking to get the hell out of this Chevy, period. Since been in the city it's a better small city driver, as for the freeway in Phoenix Hell no
If I can drive, and parallel park a Yukon XL in Boston traffic with no issues, you should have no problem driving that truck in Phoenix. If you can't drive a Trailblazer in Pheonix traffic, get a bike.
 

AzTruckGuy

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If I can drive, and parallel park a Yukon XL in Boston traffic with no issues, you should have no problem driving that truck in Phoenix. If you can't drive a Trailblazer in Pheonix traffic, get a bike.
I agree a Bike is faster than then the 2003 FI in this vehicle in start up and also the lag this vehicle has as it bogs down on the freeway....but do tell me what else I should drive?
 

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sunliner

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2006 Trailblazer currently at 132,078. Still looks nice.... Lots of parts replaced over the years like any Chevy product, but considering that a previous owner tried to use the TB as a submarine, I guess the ol' girl is doing pretty well.