125k on my 04 and she is going great. Stock tranny and up to 800 miles ago i still had the stock lsd. Had it replaced with Auburn and the unit was still intact w/ the retainer clips so i will keep it as a back up.
Only major issue was collapsed lifter but that occurred within the first 10k and replaced under warranty.
Other minor issues that pertain to factory parts
- rear leaking pinion seal
- u joint failure of drive shaft @105k (prob pinion angle due to 4.88 gears being put in the day before)
Only issue currently is worn out drivers seat lol. Not bad considering the mods she has and the fact the truck is 8 years old.
249,00O km here (149k Miles??) Still Running real strong. Timing Chain Tensioner was almost in pieces (hanging on by a thread but I caught it in time when doing Cam Install #2 at Approx 230K KM (138 K Miles). Other Than That not very many original drivetrain parts left on her other than the Engine Block/Heads/Steering Rack/Trans/Transfercase.
80,000 and lost track of all I replaced.
sway bar links and 2 sets of bushings
I think thats all.
Im going to drive it tonight and see what else breaks
My 2004 QC X2 has 85K. Really nothing major has gone wrong. I did get a set of new 20 inch rims right before the first warranty ran out. I've been rolling on 17's for the last two years. A little better mileage and a lot better ride.
I have some minor mods and only hit the track a few times. It has been outside through 5 Chicago winters and is none the worse for wear.
Tuesday 20th, 9-40pm. Wet and windy outside. Summer is over for us and just beginning for you methinks.
owned the 04 RumbleBee 2 years and 3 months now and its on 40872 miles. Only problem is the price of gas which has just hit $2-20 a litre. Which, we are told, is the result of better than expected finacial results comming out of the USA and pushing up demand.
Still less than 40k on my 2005. But it has been very reliable. Only problems were front rotors replaced under warranty, door seals replaced under TSB, wimpy factory spring clamps for power steering hoses and water hoses. That's it.