77000miles, no issues.
You can expect it to die at precisely 148,286 miles.Just picked up an 03 Dakota with 83K, just wondering how much life to expect out of it. It was an old mans truck before so Im sure its not been beat on but Im not sure the history either. These go past 150K much?
tell me, what's so bad about florida? i'm interested in moving as well. more for family life. thinkin there are more opportunities and things to do for kiddies.Florida's nothing special, im sure its better than Topeka though, I couldnt imagine much going on there.
What are ya coming down here for?
Are you selling this H/O engine? If so how much are you asking for it?I have a complete 4.7HO core sitting under deck with 220,xxx km(132,xx miles) its not dead dead, timing marks are still lined up. its prob is it has some intake valves not closing dont know yet if there bent or stuck, the timing chain on it is also at the limets for stretch with both tensioner for the secondary chains at max extension, minimal wear on the guides though. it is a very clean eng so it has had regular oil changes.
I had 03 Dakota with the 4.7 I got it at 168k I drove it pretty hard up to 250k. It rusted out pretty bad truck still ran fine, trans and motor was good. I could of got 300k out of it. Because of how good the truck was I bought a 2011 Dakota 4d 4.7 4x4 posi 3.92 now it drive it like granny.Just picked up an 03 Dakota with 83K, just wondering how much life to expect out of it. It was an old mans truck before so Im sure its not been beat on but Im not sure the history either. These go past 150K much?
Update:I have 205,000 on my Durango. Original engine and tranny. I change the oil regularly. It loses/burns about a quart in 3000 miles. I think it's leaky valve seals because it puffs blue smoke at startup. I have flushed (and changed the filters) the tranny twice. Still runs strong.
My Dakota has 136,000 on it. I have redone the heads due to a tulipped intake valve, and just replaced the exhaust/cats. Doesn't eat any oil. Runs real strong.