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Kawasaki Mule 500 molded shift cover

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Hi, I'm new at this so please bear with me. I have a 1993 Kawasaki 500 mule KAF300B and am in need of the molded plastic cover for the shift lever, part # 14024 - 1985. Anyone know where I might find this

part (New or Used), so far I've had zero luck. Thanks Roy 

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Thank you Travis. Just ordered it, maybe this order will go through. My last order for a used one off ebay was canceled due to error in ad they said showing still available when it had been sold. I have not

been able to find another one, so thank you, thank you, thank you.

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You are very welcome.

if you have any problems with your Mule, I have a shop manual for the 500,520 and 550 with troubleshooting,adjustments, and service intervals. Along with other specifications.

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