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Old 07-23-2012, 09:56 PM   #1
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is a 120 000 miles on a 2002 ford v10 chassis a lot of miles

is a 120 000 miles on a 2002 ford v10 chassis a lot of miles

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Old 07-23-2012, 11:17 PM   #2
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I hope not, but probably is. I plan to put 300,000 on mine.

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Old 07-24-2012, 01:25 AM   #3
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is a 120 000 miles on a 2002 ford v10 chassis a lot of miles

With proven regular service records, and assuming it hasn't been abused in driving, I wouldn't be concerned about 120,000 miles. It ought to go three times that.
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As long as it has had regular maintenance it should be fine.
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Proof of regular maintenance and also the driver has not abused the rig.

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Old 07-24-2012, 07:57 AM   #6
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I can't speak for the engine, but as far as the chassis goes, I've got a 1999 F-350 (diesel) with a little over 300k miles (500k km) on it , almost every one of them hard, working miles, and it still goes down the road just fine.
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It's unusually high for a MH, but I wouldn't be concerned if it was properly maintained.
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my workhorse w22 chassis under a 39 ft winn chieftain has 149000 on it, and i would take it anywhere. proper service does the job on any chassis.
ps i believe i solved the brake calipher problem myself. i have over 70000 miles on their last fix. it wouldnt go over 15 000 miles before that. i have had three complete replacements.rotors and caliphers. a simple spring on the brake pivot to hold it to the full rest position did the trick for me. i can remove the spring and the rotor temp goes up over 700 degrees in a few miles.

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