No matter where you live or what you live close to, the grass always seems to be greener on the other side. If you live up in the mountains, you probably sometimes wish you had access to a beach. And if you live near a mud course, there are probably times when you dream about taking your Kawasaki Mule to some sand dunes. The truth is that when it comes to off-road riding, no part of the country has it all. That’s why being able to transport your Kawasaki Mule is so huge. The best way to transport any UTV or side by side like the Kawasaki Mule is on a trailer with tie downs and trailering accessories. With the right aftermarket side by side tie downs and trailering accessories, you can take your Kawasaki Mule anywhere. With your Kawasaki Mule safely strapped down on a trailer with UTV tie downs and trailering accessories, you can hit all of the country’s best mud courses, sand dunes, off-road trails, and racecourses.
If you’re ready to open up the world for you and your Kawasaki Mule with ratchet tie downs, straps, and trailering accessories, you’re at the right place. At Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we’ve got everything you need to safely transport your Kawasaki Mule such as recovery straps, 3 point ratchet tie downs, rope retention pulleys, shackles, and carrying bags. In addition, we also have a great selection of UTV recovery accessories that can be used to pull your Kawasaki Mule out of the stickiest situations. You’ll find recovery accessories such as TRED recovery boards, recovery winch dampers, and complete side by side recovery kits for the Kawasaki Mule. You’ll notice that all of our Kawasaki Mule tie downs, trailering, and recovery accessories are supplied by top industry-leading brands like Speed Strap, ATV TEK, PRP Seats, Bad Dawg, Factor 55, ARB 4x4 Accessories, and DragonFire Racing.
If you want to start transporting your Kawasaki Mule with ratchet straps and tie downs but don’t know where to begin, we suggest getting a complete side by side tie down kit like the Kawasaki Mule Ultimate UTV Kit 1.5” Tie-Down Kit by Speed Strap. This tie down kit comes with four UTV 1.5” X 6’ ratchet tie downs with soft ties, four 2” X 20” fleece protective sleeves, one 1/2” X 25’ pockit-tow recovery strap, four Speedwraps, and a spacious carrying bag to store everything in. The ratchet tie down straps in this kit are 1.5”, but if you need bigger tie down straps, we also have the Kawasaki Mule SpeedStrap Ultimate Off-Road Kit 2” Tie-Downs by PRP Seats.
Got your Kawasaki Mule stuck in a sticky situation? Side by side recovery accessories can help get your Kawasaki Mule out. Check out the Kawasaki Mule 1” SuperStrap Weavable Recovery Strap by Speed Strap. This heavy-duty recovery strap is rated to handle an impressive 10,000 lbs. and comes in five different sizes. We also have traction pads like the Kawasaki Mule TRED™ Pro Recovery Boards by ARB 4x4 Accessories. These recovery boards for the Kawasaki Mule can be ordered in blue, green, or gunmetal grey. Find all the best Kawasaki Mule trailering accessories, ratchet tie downs, and recovery accessories right here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!
Although Kawasaki Mule tire bonnets are secure, simple, and effective, some riders argue that they allow for too much unnecessary wear and tear on the suspension -- especially being that most trailers don't have shocks. And because most UTV trailers without suspension are left in a state of continual light bouncing, your side-by-side's suspension will be constantly activated and engaged when using wheel tie-downs. Your Mule's shocks, ball joints, and a-arm bushings will be cycling for that many more miles than the actual usage of the machine, and for this reason, most shock manufacturers recommend to tie down using four points from the frame. They also suggest that you shouldn't cross your straps in an X shape, because if one strap comes loose or breaks, they'll all become loose. At the end of the day, so long as what you do is effective at keeping your Kawasaki Mule on the trailer for normal transport and unfortunate situations, then it's essentially fine. But, if you want to take better care of your equipment, some trailering methods are better than others!