The steering ability of your Kawasaki Mule is predicated on its steering rack and pinion. When you’re racing through tight off-road trails, you want to be able to turn your Kawasaki Mule on a dime to avoid trees, rocks, and debris that can pop out of nowhere. The steering rack and pinion are what transfers the turning force from your steering wheel down into your Kawasaki Mule’s tires to get you where you need to be or to avoid obstacles in your path. This is why it’s so important to maintain the health of your Kawasaki Mule’s steering rack and pinion and not forget about it. There are many riders out there who don’t even know what their Kawasaki Mule’s steering rack and pinion is or what it does. This is a shame because when steering issues inevitably arise on their Kawasaki Mule, they won’t know to take a look at their steering rack and pinion. Don’t make the mistake of ignoring your Kawasaki Mule’s rack and pinion!
When it comes to steering issues on any UTV or side by side like the Kawasaki Mule, there’s a very good chance the issue has to do with the rack and pinion. There are certain aftermarket upgrades and accessories that can put a ton of added stress on your Kawasaki Mule’s steering rack and pinion. Things like big tires and wheels, aftermarket A-arms, and lift kits can shift the weight distribution of your Kawasaki Mule around, leading to stress building up in certain areas. The rack and pinion of your Kawasaki Mule is one of those places where this stress can build up. That’s why most of those riders who are experiencing steering rack and pinion have a lot of aftermarket parts and accessories. This stress can end up bending your rack and pinion, and a steering rack and pinion that’s bent out of shape can lead to alignment issues. You might notice that it is harder to turn one way or the other when your Kawasaki Mule’s steering rack and pinion is bent or broken.
There’s no reason to stress out if you’re experiencing steering issues on your Kawasaki Mule. The aftermarket side by side parts and accessories industry has solved this problem by offering rack and pinion replacements as well as specific replacement parts and components for the Kawasaki Mule’s steering system. Here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad, you’ll find all the best aftermarket UTV steering rack and pinion replacements for the Kawasaki Mule from all the best brands in the business like SuperATV, Moose, Assault Industries, and Cognito. These brands have spent decades crafting the perfect aftermarket parts and accessories for UTVs and side by sides like the Kawasaki Mule, and their replacement rack and pinions are no exception. Need a steering rack and pinion rebuild kit? You can find it here. What about just some new rack and pinion ends? We’ve got those too.
We’ve also got heavy-duty rack and pinions for the Kawasaki Mule that we highly recommend. Upgrading your Kawasaki Mule with a heavy-duty rack and pinion is a must if you’re running awesome yet stressful aftermarket accessories such as big tires and wheels or a lift kit. SuperATV is known for their Kawasaki Mule heavy-duty rack and pinions that are much bigger and stronger than stock rack and pinions to last longer and handle a much higher stress load. Find all the best steering rack and pinions for the Kawasaki Mule right here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!
Stripped steering gears are an issue, and some steering-related problems can be fixed with Kawasaki Mule tie rod kits like the one by SuperATV. You can get inner and outer rods for a steering line that are substantially cheaper and a lot more heavy-duty than factory ones. If, however, you need a whole Kawasaki Mule rack and pinion kit, we've got you covered there as well. In addition to SuperATV, side-by-side firms like Brute Performance also make rack and pinion kits for the Kawasaki Mule. So no matter if you require a rack and pinion replacement for your Mule FXT, or an upgraded rack and pinion for your Mule 610, we can sort you out with any steering part or assembly you need at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!
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