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    Mine has 206K, and 240 hours.
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    I have 138,000 miles and 3784.1 hours. yours must be a typo unless you average just under 1,000 miles per hour!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikey View Post
    I have 138,000 miles and 3784.1 hours. yours must be a typo unless you average just under 1,000 miles per hour!
    Ooops! Idk what's wrong cause even if it is 2,400 it doesn't make sense. Was your truck ever a construction truck? Or a work truck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DacMan View Post
    Ooops! Idk what's wrong cause even if it is 2,400 it doesn't make sense. Was your truck ever a construction truck? Or a work truck?
    I don't think so! the only reason I say that is because it is to clean to have been. Most Yukon xl / suburbans used as work truck are pretty beat up in the rear cargo area.(plastic scratched, gouged, headliner damage) This one shows no signs of that. I take care of my vehicles and know how bad my work van looked when I was a bricklayer. I bought it used a few months ago. The 03 I had was a fleet truck and had the same amount of miles but more than double the hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikey View Post
    I don't think so! the only reason I say that is because it is to clean to have been. Most Yukon xl / suburbans used as work truck are pretty beat up in the rear cargo area.(plastic scratched, gouged, headliner damage) This one shows no signs of that. I take care of my vehicles and know how bad my work van looked when I was a bricklayer. I bought it used a few months ago. The 03 I had was a fleet truck and had the same amount of miles but more than double the hours.
    Yeah I alwasy figured that construction and fleet trucks would have very high hours, those guys are never afraid to leave a truck idle on site for hours to keep the cab warm. I did have my gauge cluster swapped for new by a gm dealership, I wonder if the hours switched over incorrectly.

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    I don't think it switched over because my truck has a little under 5000 hours(guessing a average speed of 40 over the life of the truck). I have 197550+ miles. The 90's trucks don't have hour clocks so I had to give an educated guess.

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    That's weird that it didn't, everything else did. I didn't even know these 2000's could, but I was screwing around figuring out how to reset my oil change light, and stumbled upon how to lookup hours. I feel stupid now not realizing it was wrong lol

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    I have 24,000 Kilometeres ( 15,000 miles ) on our 2010 Crew.
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