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I just love how pretty Mohinders are,in fact,I And Who is Paul???Hey Schmounds...
Uggh, Newbes, Ya gotta 'splain everthing.

Mahindra is the truck. Mohinders Patel is one of the assembly line guys who makes the truck.

Paul is a Bemidiji resident. Mahindra is using him to make sure that American backsides fit in the truck. Paul can usually be found around the center of Bemidji with his Babe.
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Hey Joe, how's the 'zuki working out?

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Uggh, Newbes, Ya gotta 'splain everthing.

Mahindra is the truck. Mohinders Patel is one of the assembly line guys who makes the truck.

Paul is a Bemidiji resident. Mahindra is using him to make sure that American backsides fit in the truck. Paul can usually be found around the center of Bemidji with his Babe.
Thanks for clarifying that for us, Joe. I thought he was referring to Moe Enders at the tractor plant. (not a bad way to make the time pass, picking on the newbies)
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It rides really well. Got about 17 mpg on the first two tankfulls. Then I had to stop driving it 'cause I got my knee replacement. Haven't even gotten the thing dirty yet.

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It rides really well. Got about 17 mpg on the first two tankfulls. Then I had to stop driving it 'cause I got my knee replacement. Haven't even gotten the thing dirty yet.

Joe
DUDE! The knee, forgot it was May. How's it feeling so far?
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Many car manufacturers run up and down the Hwy 2 stretch from Duluth into northern Minnesota for cold weather testing. The run offers a good change in altitude (Lake Superior and higher elevations inland) and good climate changes due to warmer, humid winter temps near Lake Superior and colder temperatures inland up Hwy 2.

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Any Bigfoot sightings?
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looks like they ran the M's in the boondocks

will they ever get here official.........who knows

this is a pathetic saga IMHO
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Has this TR-40 that was seen in April been seen since ? I still believe Big-Foot will be seen more in the next year than Mahindra will .......
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BIgfoot wants a Hindu Surrey too. Beautiful Shepherd, BTW! Just lost our magnificent Malamute a month ago, closer in size to Babe, though. New girl is smaller, but what a sweetheart. I'm in Duluth; would love to test a TR-40 at my place up the Gunflint. If it can cut it up there, it'll do so just about anywhere!
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