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My 93 ChevyS10, 5 speed, extended cap has just had it's timing chain replaced for the first time and is 514,065. I drove 135 miles a day to work and back and it has been excellent. Original engine, one rear seal replaced, battery, regular maintenance items but other than that it has been great! Wish they still built them, would purchase a new one.
I have a 2000 ZR2 Blazer with 225,000 on it. I have owned ot for several years and have done much electrical and mechanical repairs to it. Just put 5th set of ball joints (upper and lower). Replaced all chassis wiring underbody from front to rear. Fuel pump feeds were first to go.
I have a 1999 Sonoma with the 2.2L 5 speed. I bought this truck in 2001 with 25,000mi on it. It now has 225,000. My daily commute is at least 65 miles round trip, some days a lot more. I get about 26-28 MPG, so I am reasonably happy with my return on investment. I have always used Mobile 1 and just recently changed to the high mileage blend. I have a small leak at the front engine seal, and the tranny is going to need work sometime soon, but I still think it will be cheaper to keep than replace. I just replace the worn out parts and keep rolling down the road!
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