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CUSTOMIZE YOUR MULE™ 4000 TRANS® with kawasaki genuine accessories

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MULE™ side x sides are built for rugged durability and intelligent versatility. To push the capability of your MULE even further, we offer a wide variety of easily-installed Kawasaki Genuine Accessories, many designed to fit the full range of MULE side x sides.

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