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Old 10-10-2009, 07:21 AM
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Default Best looking picture yet! TR40 looking badass

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Old 10-10-2009, 07:46 AM
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It definitely looks a lot better in that photo. I think the color (silver vs. white) is a big part of the improvement.
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Old 10-12-2009, 01:22 PM
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Now all they'd have to do is get that junk off the front bumper.
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Old 10-12-2009, 08:02 PM
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Default Junk on the bumper?

I would like a bull bar. U know something so when I drive through the pasture and the cows don't seem to want to move out of the way I can gently begin nudging the with the truck and not damage the front of the truck. I would likely not bother with a winch or lights but who knows I could. I just want the basic truck with the ability to do some hauling maybe 25% of the time.

That's a nice looking truck.

I think the options for a roll bar and push bar like that might attract some people.

I see the bed hooks are still on.
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Old 11-23-2009, 06:53 PM
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Wow I'm excited about the aftermaket world for this truck. It wouldn't take much lift and just a little bigger tires. I thinking this could be the next big rock crawler platform.
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in reply to mdchief photo on motortrend.com. I have been folowing the progress of the Mahindra pick-ups for about six months. I just can't wait till they arrive, .I believe these are well engineered, practical vechiles that will show who' crapped in the buckwheat" so to speak, when they hit the north American shores. If you don't have competition you don't have growth. Let's see the beauty of the culture and thier industrios nation.
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Old 03-20-2010, 03:48 PM
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in reply to mdchief photo on motortrend.com. I have been folowing the progress of the Mahindra pick-ups for about six months. I just can't wait till they arrive, .I believe these are well engineered, practical vechiles that will show who' crapped in the buckwheat" so to speak, when they hit the north American shores. If you don't have competition you don't have growth. Let's see the beauty of the culture and thier industrios nation.
Welcome to the site, Stove! Glad to have you on board (sweatin' the wait w/ the rest of us)...
"crapped in the buckwheat"... Im writing that one down...

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Here is what I wish Mahindra would put on the front of their truck. Since they won't, I hope Ranch Hand makes one quickly for the Mahindra. These things are solidly built and would help out when bouncing around the bush. A front replacement like this along with a rear replacement will make this thing a .

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Ahh, Shiner, TX....Great bumpers and great beer......Been there often.....Great food, as well!!!!
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Old 03-23-2010, 01:23 PM
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Here is what I wish Mahindra would put on the front of their truck. Since they won't, I hope Ranch Hand makes one quickly for the Mahindra. These things are solidly built and would help out when bouncing around the bush. A front replacement like this along with a rear replacement will make this thing a .

Bullnose Front Bumper Replacement
TBK, Ranchhand overbuilds their bumpers way past usefulness.
I'll have front and rear bumpers, plus rock sliders built from 3/16" x 2" dia pipe tubing and they'll hold up to anything thrown their way, plus save all that extra weight Ranchhand likes to toss around.
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