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Hi all from the new forum moderator for mules

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Hi all Kawasaki Mule / Suzuki QUV owners , hope i can help some of you out with some mods and other maintenance items will be posting some pictures of mine in a couple of days ...... once i wash it and clean it up a little (we use ours for cutting grass and other chores )

Jeff

p.s. here is a teaser picture of my dog in the cab of the QUV

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She's beautiful!

Cinda

thanks she's a really good hunter also yes i know its poodle but she's really good at rabbits and other small game and the best thing is she's daddy's girl ....lol

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This looks like a newer forum. I hope I can be of some help. I really like playing in the dirt 2006 -Kawasaki ATV, 2004, KDX 220 ,2006 Suzuki DRZ, 20 HP lifted E-Z go golf cart, and soon to be Mule 600 or 610 owner. I will have to give up on the bikes since I blew out 4 discs in my back. So I still will enjoy 4 wheel fun ! I have rebuilt more engines than I care to remember, fabricated some pretty cool stuff including a motorcycle side car, so maybe I can help someone with a problem here.

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This looks like a newer forum. I hope I can be of some help. I really like playing in the dirt 2006 -Kawasaki ATV, 2004, KDX 220 ,2006 Suzuki DRZ, 20 HP lifted E-Z go golf cart, and soon to be Mule 600 or 610 owner. I will have to give up on the bikes since I blew out 4 discs in my back. So I still will enjoy 4 wheel fun ! I have rebuilt more engines than I care to remember, fabricated some pretty cool stuff including a motorcycle side car, so maybe I can help someone with a problem here.

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