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Portal Gear Lifts

If you ride mud parks, installing a portal gear lift on your Kawasaki Mule is a great way to gain both ground clearance and torque. But even trail riders and prairie rollers can benefit from Kawasaki Mule portal gear lifts. Regardless of whether you want 4” portals or 6” portals, Kawasaki Mule portals with a significant gear reduction, or non-reduction UTV portals, you’ll find everything you’re after here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad! In many places, you’ve gotta have a big machine to make it through the tricky parts of the trail. And while it might be possible to go around the hard sections, where’s the fun in that? Attaining some extra height with a standard bracket lift is a decent option for some, but for others, increased ground clearance at the expense of comfort and reliability is simply out of the question. Unlike standard UTV lift kits, Kawasaki Mule portal gear lifts don’t increase the angle of the axles. As such, portals are less likely to create excessive axle heat. Furthermore, Kawasaki Mule portals won’t cause axle tips to break off inside the differentials. If you want a stiff and uncomfortable ride, go with a bracket lift. But if you want to keep the factory geometry of your machine while still positioning it higher above the ground, a Kawasaki Mule portal gear lift is the way to go!

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From Kawasaki Mule GDP portal gear lifts and portal hubs to portal seal kits, portal bearings, and portal gear oil for the Kawasaki Mule 610, SX, and PRO FXT, you’ll find everything you’re after regarding Kawasaki Mule portal boxes when you shop at Everything Kawasaki Offroad! Many riders held out for Kawasaki Mule portal axle gear lift hubs when they were still in development, as portals are arguably the best way to lift a UTV. If you intend to run tires larger than 32 inches, a standard lift kit just won’t cut it. Sure, you can clear big tires with bracket lifts and long travel suspension kits, but without a turbo, significant clutch upgrades, or a reduction in gearing, your rig will struggle to turn heavy tires. This is where Kawasaki Mule portal gear lifts come into play. Because you can get portals that provide a 15%, 30%, or 45% gear reduction, you’ll get a big jump in torque from Kawasaki Mule portal hubs. And in addition to a lower gear ratio, Kawasaki Mule portal gear lifts also relieve a lot of driveline stress that comes with pulling / towing heavy loads. Whether you’re skidding logs, hauling gravel, or ripping through bounty holes, the added torque, clearance, and stability brought about by Kawasaki Mule portals is nothing shy of fantastic!

Before SuperATV came out with a portal hub kit for the Kawasaki Mule, many riders retrofitted their Mules to work with Teryx portals. This, however, presents a few issues. Not only are there no rear discs on a Teryx, but the front ball joints are also incompatible with the Kawasaki Mule. Furthermore, the splined hubs on the Teryx are different than those on the Mule, and the mounts to the a-arms are also distinct. So instead of dealing with all the hassle of running Teryx portals on your Mule, why not just get a set of portals that were made specifically for your Kawasaki Mule year / edition? When you shop at Everything Kawasaki Offroad, you’ll get amazing deals on high-grade Kawasaki Mule portal gear lifts. So don’t hesitate a moment longer and pick up a set of portals for your rig today!

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