It’s important to have a prop shaft that is in-phase, balanced, and properly aligned. But even a perfectly good propeller shaft will struggle to function correctly with a bad Kawasaki Mule drive shaft bearing carrier. So regardless of whether you’re after a Kawasaki Mule 610 carrier bearing, or are wondering how to change the carrier bearing in a 2001 3010 Kawasaki Mule, we’re here to aid you in your off-road endeavors at Everything Kawasaki Offroad! In many cases, you’ll know your Kawasaki Mule carrier bearing is bad by the sounds that it makes. That being said, however, things such as u-joints, wheel bearings, and other components along the driveline can also go bad and produce clunky chatter, squeaky screeches, and other strange noises. Excessive vibration is another sign that you might have a bad Kawasaki Mule carrier bearing. So if the time has come and you need a new carrier bearing in your Mule, Mule Pro, or Mule FXT, don’t stress and let us help you out with an aftermarket replacement from Everything Kawasaki Offroad!
There are riders who run their machines hard until something breaks, and there are other riders that upgrade parts on their machine before they break. If you never ride without spare parts and the tools required to remove / replace them, you’ll likely be able to handle a carrier bearing that goes bad in the field. But if you’d rather not worry about your Kawasaki Mule carrier bearing and prefer to ride with a driveline that’s smoother than velvet, upgrading to an isolated rubber carrier bearing will deliver exactly what you’re after. Alternatively, both billet aluminum carrier bearings and carrier bearing rebuild kits for the Kawasaki Mule – like the ones by SuperATV – have a time and a place. But whatever your preferences may be, we’ll help you fulfill them all at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!