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>> If I could pay less to my loan and invest the remaining portion, shouldn't my return on investing catch up to my original loan payment at some point? <<

Sure, if it really works out that way. But what happens if your investment return drops below your loan's interest rate? The problem with your reasoning is that there's no guarantee that the return currently exceeding your loan interest rate will be sustained.
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