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Equipping your rig with a proper UTV winch is one thing, but ensuring that you're always prepared with the right Kawasaki Mule winch accessories is another. The strength of your machine's winch is contingent on how many times the winch line has been wrapped around the drum. So to optimize your winch's pulling power, either tow straps or winch line extenders should be used. To secure your winch rigging, we offer Kawasaki Mule winch clevis receivers, soft shackles, D-shackles, and carabiner-style snap-locking winch fasteners. And to protect synthetic winch lines from abrasion, we sell Kawasaki Mule winch cable chafe guards. Plus, if your winch hook is rattling around or if you're worried about the winch over-spooling, we have which cable hook stoppers for the Kawasaki Mule as well. Be it gloves and winch line dampeners to reduce the risk of injury when using frayed winch wires, or Kawasaki Mule winch accessories like pulleys and snatch blocks to boost the strength of your side-by-side winch, you'll find both winch accessory kits and individual winch accessories for any Kawasaki Mule edition here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!

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There is no debate that winches are one of the best aftermarket accessories you can add to a UTV or side by side like the Kawasaki Mule. A winch can give your Kawasaki Mule the pulling strength needed to pull itself out of sticky situations as well as the ability to clear heavy fallen debris from off-road trails. Depending on what your line of work is, you might even be able to use a winch to help you get the job done. This is why a UTV or side by side winch is one of the first aftermarket upgrades Kawasaki Mule owners make. As a consequence, there is no shortage of aftermarket Kawasaki Mule winches available, and all the best of them can be found right here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad. We’ve got winches for the Kawasaki Mule in all different shapes, sizes, styles, and pulling capacities. In addition, all our Kawasaki Mule winches are supplied by top industry-leading aftermarket UTV brands like Kolpin Powersports, KFI Products, Bad Dawg, Extreme Metal Products, Rough Country, SuperATV, Factor 55, and Moose.

While the winches we have here for the Kawasaki Mule are certainly top of the line, even the best winches are only as good as the winch parts and winch accessories they’re equipped with. That’s why in addition to an incredible selection of aftermarket winches for the Kawasaki Mule, we also have all the winch accessories, winch components, and winch parts you need to make the most out of your Kawasaki Mule’s new winch. We supply things like winch mounts, winch mounting plates, winch stops, winch ropes, winch cables, snatch block pulleys, roller fairleads, winch remotes, and winch covers. With winch accessories like these, you can rest assured that you are maximizing the potential of your Kawasaki Mule’s new winch. Find all the best aftermarket Kawasaki Mule winches and winch accessories for the Kawasaki Mule all in one place right here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!

When it comes to installing a new winch onto your Kawasaki Mule, it all starts with a winch mount or winch mounting plate. If you’re ready to upgrade your Kawasaki Mule with a new winch but you’re not quite sure where to begin, we recommend ordering a winch mount kit like the Kawasaki Mule Winch Mount Kit by Kolpin Outdoors. This winch mount kit gives you all the hardware components needed to safely secure a side by side winch in one easy order. This winch mounting plate is also built to last a lifetime of use with 7-gauge steel and is even powder coated for maximum durability.

After your Kawasaki Mule’s new winch is safely secure with a good UTV winch mount kit, you’ll want to choose whether you want to use a synthetic winch rope or winch cable. There are benefits to using both winch ropes and winch cables for your new side by side winch. Winch cables are often made from steel and are damn near unbreakable, but they will also burden the front end of your Kawasaki Mule with extra weight. Synthetic winch ropes on the other hand might not be as strong as winch cables, but they sure do weigh a lot less. Choosing between a winch cable and a winch rope really comes down to what you’re trying to accomplish with your Kawasaki Mule’s winch and how much weight you think you’re going to need to pull.

Regarding recovery, getting yourself as well as others free from sticky situations requires far more than raw pulling power. The angle at which you pull, the speed at which you apply pressure, and a host of other factors will also affect the results of any given winching operation. But regardless of whether you're in need of some Kawasaki Mule winch accessories to use when you're stuck in the mud, or winch accessories that allow you to use your winch for other things like plowing snow or hoisting heavy items, we've got winch-related gear for any application here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad. Line-specific fairleads should be used to complement your wire or synthetic winch line, and tree protectors around the anchor points you're using will protect them from becoming damaged. Use the right apparatus for the right task with the Kawasaki Mule winch accessories and accessory kits from Everything Kawasaki Offroad!

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