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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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Some versions of the Kawasaki Mule 610 have the stock air intake running through the roll cage. But 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, so as long as your UTV is running, this shouldn't be a huge issue. But if your rig stalls in the deep stuff, your chances of experiencing problems will skyrocket. Since the Kawasaki Mule motor is air cooled, submerging it isn't the best thing to do. And although the air box is run up high to minimize the amount of dust and dirt that gets sucked in, this is by no means a snorkel. So play it safe and you won't have to suffer the monetary consequences by installing a Kawasaki Mule snorkel kit on your side-by-side today!

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