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Came off of a 2001 Kawasaki Mule 550.  Used. Very good condition, works like a champ.

This model filter fits the 550, 520 and 500.

OEM Price: $57.00

Your Price: $25.00+Shipping

Will Ship USPS.

Please Private Message me if interested, with your zip code, so i can calculate shipping.

Thank YOU!

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