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1999 2500 Steering Colum Interchangability


Mikey

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My steering column bushings are worn out. I can't find replacement bushings but I can find used columns on Ebay. I would like to buy a newer one so I do not just buy another worn out one.

Does anybody know what other year columns will fit a 1999 Mule 2500?  Or, perhaps if the bushings on other year columns will fit my column then I could swap out the newer bushings?

Thanks, Mike

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Travis Grand Master

Here are all the models that shaft assembly was used on.

https://www.kawasakipartshouse.com/oemparts/partsearch/kawasaki?partsearch=39190-0005

swapping out the bushings sounds like a good idea

 

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