Both synthetic rope winch lines for the Kawasaki Mule as well as steel cable winch lines for the Kawasaki Mule have their advantages and disadvantages. If you don't take care of them, neither will last. But if you winch properly and never neglect your winch line, both types of winch lines will serve you well for years to come. With recent technological advances, synthetic rope winch lines have become super strong while remaining super light. One caveat with rope lines, however, is that you cannot wrap them directly around anchor points without causing damage. But unlike Kawasaki Mule wire winch lines, rope winch lines don't recoil as much when they break, which makes them the safer option for those who don't use line dampeners. Be it an AmSteel winch line for your Kawasaki Mule 4000 or a SuperATV winch rope replacement for your Kawasaki Mule DXT, we carry it all here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!