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Snorkel Kits

If you ride through thick mud, snow, or deep water, make sure to protect your UTV's at-risk areas with a Kawasaki Mule snorkel kit from Everything Kawasaki Offroad! Duck hunters often make use of Kawasaki Mule snorkel kits, and side-by-side snorkels also prove useful in climates with high amounts of rainfall. But regardless of your reasoning behind snorkeling your bike, Everything Kawasaki Offroad has the Kawasaki Mule snorkels for you. Companies like Warrior and Snorkel Your ATV both make great snorkel kits for the Kawasaki Mule. Unlike other UTV snorkel kits out there, these and the others you'll find at Everything Kawasaki Offroad seal great at the air box and vent all the important intake ports and exhaust lines. To install the Snorkel Your ATV unit, you cut holes through the back seat wall behind the driver's seat. And although it can, in some cases, restrict seat folding functionality, the kit is quickly removable and easy to attach / detach. Alternatively, instead of having your Kawasaki Mule snorkel kit come up from behind the driver's seat, you can also send the tubing up through the bed. Doing it this way does lose you some cargo space, but it's a great option for those who frequently max out their passenger capacity and don't want any obstructions for the folks in the back seat. Plumbing in our Kawasaki Mule snorkel kits is easy to do, so regardless of whether you're an experienced mechanic or a newbie to the off-road world, you'll be able to protect your vehicle's internals with a snorkel kit from Everything Kawasaki Offroad!

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As a Kawasaki Mule owner, it's natural to come across water obstacles during your tenure. Whether it's crossing a river or a deep puddle, you have to make a decision on whether to attempt to cross or not. However, if you have a snorkel kit installed on your Kawasaki Mule, you won't have to think twice. Installing aftermarket side-by-side snorkel kit gives your Kawasaki Mule amphibious capabilities, and you will never have to shy away from water again. Snorkel kits also ensure you never have to bear expensive repair bills due to a flooded engine. One of the worst things you could do to your Kawasaki Mule is to get water into its engine, and this could result in irreparable damage.

At Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we have a wide selection of high-quality aftermarket side-by-side snorkel kits for your Kawasaki Mule. We have partnerships with some of the best brands in the aftermarket side-by-side parts and accessories industry such as SYA Warrior Riser, Triangle ATV, and SuperATV. These brands are renowned for creating some of the best snorkel kits for UTVs and side-by-sides like the Kawasaki Mule.

SuperATV makes an excellent snorkel kit for the Kawasaki Mule, and our Kawasaki Mule Depth Finder Snorkel Kit by SuperATV is one of our top picks. This snorkel kit comes with everything you need to raise your Kawasaki Mule's air intake in one easy order, and it includes three snorkel risers, three high-pressure coil hoses, an airbox intake hose, a clutch intake, and exhaust hoses.

Another great snorkel kit is the Kawasaki Mule Snorkit by Triangle ATV. This snorkel kit offers your Kawasaki Mule's engine top-notch protection from water while maintaining a professional factory look. This snorkel kit comes with everything you need to protect essential components on your Kawasaki Mule such as the airbox, belt housing, fuel tank, differentials, transmission, crankcase, and electrical components.

Apart from snorkel kits, we also have replacement parts and accessories for UTV snorkel kits, such as snorkel pre-filter tip replacements. If you need new pre-filter tips for your Kawasaki Mule, check out the Kawasaki Mule Pre Filter Tip by SYA Warrior Riser. These removable pre-filter tips snap right into your Kawasaki Mule's snorkel and are easy to remove for cleaning.

Some versions of the Kawasaki Mule 610 have the stock air intake running through the roll cage. However, not all Mule editions have this feature, and the air intake is only one aspect of the vehicle that is susceptible to mud and water. The belt box exhaust pipe, for example, is pointing down and located low on the Kawasaki Mule. Therefore, if your UTV stalls in deep water, your chances of experiencing problems will skyrocket. The Kawasaki Mule motor is air-cooled, so submerging it is not the best thing to do. Although the airbox is run up high to minimize the amount of dust and dirt that gets sucked in, this is not a snorkel. It's best to install a Kawasaki Mule snorkel kit on your side-by-side today to avoid any monetary consequences. At Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we have all the best Kawasaki Mule snorkel kits and UTV snorkel accessories.