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Show your high mileage on 2014+ 1500 Silverado/Sierra


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How many miles are on your 2014+ Silverado or Sierra? I searched for this topic and didn't find anything. I have a 2014 1500 Silverado z71 5.3 w/6 speed at 60600 miles. I think that is high but I know you guys can do better, and go.

 

 

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Mine was new 22-Dec-2014... 83,350 miles today.

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I guess its easy to see that I do a lot of highway driving (~43.5 mph avg)!

 

Oh, yeah, 2014 Silverado Crew Cab 5.3L 6spd

 

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I have a '14 CC LB 6.2L with 91,000 miles only issues so far:

Seat movement fix solved by dealership

Headlights solved with LED aftermarket

Paint chipping on bumper (painted all terrain) solved with complete strip and repaint

New Battery around September

 

Items to note:

Engine is still perfect and idles smoother now than when new (primarily run 93 from speedway)

 

On the Vibration issue:

Truck came stock with 18" wheels and crap Goodyear tires.

I upgraded to stock 20" wheels that had been black powder coated. More importantly I went with Continental cross contact tires because a friend with a Ford had 20" wheels with Michelin M/S 2 tires that vibrated that he changed to the Continental tires with success in stopping vibration. Truck rides amazing.

 

Only issue I have is the Tailgate easy lift and soft down. Simply wears out way to easy. The bushing on the right side keeps breaking and the torsion bar must be getting weak as well because the tailgate keeps opening way to fast. Other than that all is well and works perfect...

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