There are many things that require routine maintenance on your Kawasaki Mule. Air filters, engine oil, and oil filters should all be regularly changed and replaced. But if we had to pick something that deserves your care and attention more than anything else, we’d have to go with your brakes and brake pads. When you’re racing through off-road trails, there’s no telling what could be around the next corner. This means being able to stop your Kawasaki Mule on a dime is paramount, and your Kawasaki Mule’s brakes should always be kept in tip top shape. Caring for your Kawasaki Mule’s brakes starts with looking after your brake pads. Just like with your car or truck, your Kawasaki Mule’s brake pads should be regularly replaced with fresh brake pads. It’s hard to put a number on just how frequently you should be replacing your brake pads, so it really depends on how hard and frequently you ride your Kawasaki Mule. Those who are into more fast and intensive riding with a lot of stopping and starting should probably change their Kawasaki Mule’s brake pads more frequently, whereas those who are only using their Kawasaki Mule for easy leisurely rides can afford to go longer between brake pads.
If you’re looking to replace your Kawasaki Mule’s worn out factory brake pads or you’re just looking to stock up on replacement brake pads so you’re ready when you need them, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we’ve got a selection of the best aftermarket side by side brake pad replacements for the Kawasaki Mule from all the top brands such as EBC and Moose. What’s more, you can rest assured that all the brake pads you find here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad were specifically designed with off-road applications in mind.
One of our most popular brake pads for the Kawasaki Mule are the Kawasaki Mule Sintered Brake Pads by EBC. Unlike your Kawasaki Mule’s OEM brake pads, these brake pads are designed to handle oversized aftermarket tires and wheels. This is an important distinction because bigger tires and wheels come with additional rotational mass which will put more stress on your Kawasaki Mule’s brake pads. So if you’ve got a set of big tires and wheels on your Kawasaki Mule, you’ll want to replace your stock brake pads with some aftermarket sintered brake pads like these.
Another great set of Kawasaki Mule replacement brake pads are the Kawasaki Mule MSE Brake Pads by Moose. These brake pads are also constructed from durable sintered materials to ensure they last much longer than your stock brake pads. They’re also asbestos free which is important. These brake pads are built for the off-road and will give you reliable stopping power in wet or dry conditions. Find all the best replacement UTV brake pads as well as brake parts and components for your Kawasaki Mule right here at Everything Kawasaki Mule!
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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