If you’re sick of lugging around large and heavy steel ramps, if your existing loading ramps can only support ATVs and quads, or if you’re simply after a set of quality Kawasaki Mule ramps that’ll last a lifetime, we’ve got you covered in any situation here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad! Our Kawasaki Mule loading ramps are the perfect way to get your vehicle up and down from trailers and truck beds, while our Kawasaki Mule threshold ramps give users a smooth and shock-free way to overcome curbs, steps, ledges, and other barriers. We carry folding Kawasaki Mule ramps that can be neatly tucked away before and after use, as well as arched Kawasaki Mule loading ramps to prevent undercarriage scrappage. Regardless of whether you’ve got a 2007 Kawasaki Mule Trans 3010 that weighs in at over 2,000 Lbs with fuel, gear, and a driver inside, or a Kawasaki Mule SX with a curb weight less than 1000 Lbs, it doesn’t matter because here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we’ve got several styles of Kawasaki Mule ramps with various weight ratings for any UTV big or small!
Before investing in a proper ramp for your Kawasaki Mule, it pays to make a few considerations. One thing to consider is multi-functionality. If you can save space, time, and money by using the same ramps for your Mule as you do for your other toys and tools, why would you not? Although loading ramps rated to bear the weight of a Kawasaki Mule should be sufficiently strong to support the mass of things like riding lawn mowers, four wheelers, go-karts and golf carts, you might want something a little more heavy-duty to safely load farm equipment, automobiles or tractors. If you don’t need extra-strong loading ramps, why get them? But if you’re going to require them anyways, you may as well get a pair that can also double as side-by-side loading ramps! A tri-fold ramp, for example, can be just as easily used to load a Kawasaki Mule as it can to load motorcycles, quads, and forklifts. Dual-runner ramps, on the other hand, are a different story. Instead of providing you with a single inclined plane, dual runner ramps offer two distinct parallel planes. Because of this, it’s important to get dual runner ramps that are wider than your tires. And while it might seem a bit precarious to use dual runner ramps at first, it gets much easier with practice. Besides, the benefits of running lightweight ramps (in the case of aluminum Kawasaki Mule dual runner ramps), portable ramps (in the case of folding Kawasaki Mule dual runner ramps), and practical ramps (in the case of arched Kawasaki Mule dual runner ramps) will vastly outweigh the drawbacks!
The shape, size, and strength rating of Kawasaki Mule loading ramps / threshold ramps are all important, but if you can’t ascend your ramps, what good are they? Steep ramp angles could be the cause of your inability to load, which is why you want to get the appropriate ramp length for your setup. In-bed UTV decks are typically higher off the ground than traditional flat-bed, gooseneck, and enclosed trailers. As such, those with UTV decks will want longer loading ramps than those with pull-behind toy haulers. Length, however, isn’t the only factor that makes or breaks a set of UTV ramps, because traction is also key! Slippery ramps are bad ramps, which is why the Kawasaki Mule ramps we sell at Everything Kawasaki Offroad are designed with features like cutouts, ladder-like rungs, or metal grating to enhance traction. Even if your tread is dead and your tires are balder than a cue ball, you won’t struggle to gain grip on any of the Kawasaki Mule ramps from Everything Kawasaki Offroad!
We cannot talk about loading ramps for the Kawasaki Mule without touching on safety. Modern UTV ramp kits aren’t simply sheets of metal that you lay between the ground and your trailer. Instead, they are well-designed tools that are optimized for the task at hand. They utilize straps that attach to your truck or trailer for added stability and to prevent the ramps from slipping or sliding out. On top of this, quality Kawasaki Mule ramps are also angled differently at the ends to contour better to your trailer deck or truck bed. And by wrapping the upper end of their ramps with rubber, the manufacturers we work with deliver ramps that are well-restrained and able to remain in place during the trickiest loading situations!
At the end of the day, if you only ride around your local area, you may not require a ramp. Or if your Mule is lifted with huge tires installed, it might be able to crawl right up onto your trailer. But for those with average-size tires and non-lifted machines who like to ramble, explore new areas, and attend far-flung side-by-side rallies across the country, a proper transportation setup with the right Kawasaki Mule ramps is required. And for high-quality ramps that’ll work with any year, model, or edition of the Kawasaki Mule, Everything Kawasaki Offroad is the place to go!