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Tie-Downs/Trailering/Recovery

Get more for less with the Kawasaki Mule tie-downs and trailering accessories from Everything Kawasaki Offroad! With conventional Kawasaki Mule tie-downs, you attach hooked straps to the chassis and draw them down to generate sufficient compression in the shocks, which then holds the vehicle in place on the trailer. Some argue, however, that this constant load on the suspension, coupled with loads experienced during transit, elevates the risk of blowing a shock seal. Furthermore, a change in compression often leads to slack, which can then increase the load spikes and unduly stress the strap material. Kawasaki Mule tie-down and trailering access like wheel nets avoid these complications by locking the tires in place. By holding the vehicle in place by the tires, the Mule's suspension is allowed to operate as designed, absorbing the lumps, bumps, and turns on the road just like it does when you're riding. And because they're isolated from chassis movement, Kawasaki Mule wheel nets maintain their tension equally well at the end of the trip as they do when you just started out. After all, most bumps you'll experience during transit are nothing compared to what your machine goes through on the trail. What is different on the trailer, though, is speed. So to protect your UTV on the highway or interstate, we offer both Kawasaki Mule windshield covers and full Kawasaki Mule trailering covers!

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As an off-road enthusiast, you probably crave adventure and new challenges. However, no matter how amazing your local trails are, it's common to feel like the grass is greener on the other side. If you live near mud courses, you may dream of taking your Kawasaki Mule to sand dunes, while those who live in the mountains might long for a day at the beach. Fortunately, you don't have to sacrifice one type of terrain for another. With the right aftermarket side by side tie downs and trailering accessories, you can safely transport your Kawasaki Mule to any destination.

When it comes to transporting your off-road vehicle, the safest and most convenient method is on a trailer. By using UTV tie downs and trailering accessories, you can be sure that your Kawasaki Mule is securely strapped down, allowing you to travel to all the best mud courses, sand dunes, off-road trails, and racecourses throughout the country. At Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we have everything you need to safely transport your Kawasaki Mule, including ratchet tie downs, straps, and trailering accessories.

Our selection of tie downs and trailering accessories includes brands such as Speed Strap, ATV TEK, PRP Seats, Bad Dawg, Factor 55, ARB 4x4 Accessories, and DragonFire Racing, all of which are leaders in the industry. We also offer a variety of UTV recovery accessories designed to help you get out of sticky situations.

One of our most popular products is the Kawasaki Mule Ultimate UTV Kit 1.5” Tie-Down Kit by Speed Strap. This comprehensive kit includes 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. However, if you need bigger tie down straps, we also have the Kawasaki Mule SpeedStrap Ultimate Off-Road Kit 2” Tie-Downs by PRP Seats.

In addition to tie downs and trailering accessories, we offer a range of side by side recovery accessories to help you get out of tough spots. For example, the Kawasaki Mule 1” SuperStrap Weavable Recovery Strap by Speed Strap can handle up to 10,000 lbs. and comes in five different sizes. We also carry the Kawasaki Mule TRED™ Pro Recovery Boards by ARB 4x4 Accessories, which are available in blue, green, or gunmetal grey.

When it comes to tying down your Kawasaki Mule, it's important to do so in a way that won't damage the suspension or cause unnecessary wear and tear. While some riders prefer tire bonnets, they can put extra strain on your side-by-side's suspension, especially if your trailer doesn't have shocks. For this reason, most shock manufacturers recommend tying down using four points from the frame and avoiding crossing your straps in an X shape.

At Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we're passionate about off-road adventure and want to help you get the most out of your Kawasaki Mule. From tie downs and trailering accessories to recovery gear, we have everything you need to transport and protect your off-road vehicle.