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1999 Mule 2500 Front Hood, Cowl Alternative


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It seems the plastic hood or cowl is no longer avaialble. Mine is all cracked up. Does anybody make an aftermarket replacement? Or has anyboy fabricated some kind of ATV rack?  Would like a solution that looks OK, protects electrics and master cylinder from the elements and removes easily for service access to that area.  Any ideas or pics of someone's solution?

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Finished the cracked hood / cowl repair. I roughed up the plastic surface with a wire wheel, cut a piece of metal much larger than the crack, roughed up the metal surfase with a cut off wheel then bonded the two together with Bondo's Bumper Repair Kit from Amazon.  Looks good but only time will tell if it will hold up.

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