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With everything from Kawasaki Mule parking brakes to aftermarket Kawasaki Mule brake pads for both wet and dry conditions, Everything Kawasaki Offroad is the place to go for brake upgrades, brake replacements, and other brake-related components for any Kawasaki Mule. No matter if you spend most of your time trail riding in the backwoods, or tooling around the blacktop in your local neighborhood, the ability to stop quickly in your Kawasaki Mule is extremely important. Furthermore, keeping your machine stopped while it's parked on an incline or on top of a toy hauler behind your pickup is also important. So if you're looking for better Kawasaki Mule brake pads that require less pressure to activate when you're cornering at high speeds, or a Kawasaki Mule hand brake replacement to act as successor for your existing e-brake once it finally kicks the bucket, we have the Kawasaki Mule braking parts, kits, and components to not only help you stop, but also keep you stopped once your rig is no longer in motion. Stay safe and don't take unnecessary risks with the Kawasaki Mule brake accessories from Everything Kawasaki Offroad!

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Leave your anchor at home and get an upgraded hand brake to keep your UTV stationary. And for all the Mule owners out there that like to ride mountainous terrain, you know that going uphill in your side-by-side is one thing, but coming down the other side is a different story entirely. A good set of brakes should not only grant you instant stopping power, but they should also withstand the tribulations of the trail, which include moisture, mud, grit, and heat from extended stretches of constant braking. Many Kawasaki Mule owners complain about mushy or spongy brakes on their brand new vehicles, which is typically due to negligent dealers that didn't clean up the film coating over the brake rotors that Kawasaki sprays on before shipment. Moisture is also an issue with Kawasaki Mule braking systems. Brake fluid loves water, and if the hoses or fittings aren’t tight, both moisture and air can enter the brake system and cause poor braking performance. So if your brake pads are properly bedded in and you're still experiencing problems, you could have either air or water in your brake lines. Irrespective of the braking issues you face, however, they can all be overcome using the Kawasaki Mule brake gear from Everything Kawasaki Offroad!

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