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Kawasaki Mule Pro-Fxt setup!

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A pretty basic build but this enclosure I bought is amazing. Have to show it off makes it look so speak. For real my life has changed since getting this enclosure!

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Good looking machine! It'll last you for years to come!

Thanks for sharing the photo of it!

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That's a nice looking buggy you got there! And with cool weather approaching for most everyone who isn't in Texas. It's a very good choice for cold rainy weather. 

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2 hours ago, kenfain said:

That's a nice looking buggy you got there! And with cool weather approaching for most everyone who isn't in Texas. It's a very good choice for cold rainy weather. 

There has been a few times I wish the windshield was a bit wider on the Mule during winter. I finally got a brown carhartt coat, keeps me warm. 

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