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Guard the underside of your Kawasaki Mule from any man-made or natural obstacle with the partial skid plate kits and full Kawasaki Mule skid plates from Everything Kawasaki Offroad. Whether you need some extended Kawasaki Mule skid plates that also act as rock sliders, a set of skid plates that you can use with arched a-arms, or a central frame skid plate to shield specific areas without adding excess weight, you'll find it all amid the Kawasaki Mule skid plate selection at Everything Kawasaki Offroad. Some of the more resourceful riders out there might consider making their own Kawasaki Mule skid plates from things like aluminum sheets or 14-gauge diamond plate. It should be noted, however, that both factory and aftermarket skid plates for the Kawasaki Mule incorporate recesses and inlaid cups, without which the bolt heads attaching the skids to the vehicle's frame would rip off or become damaged to the point that they cannot be removed. So unless you're a professional fabricator, we'd suggest either leaving the factory skid plates as is or upgrading to an aftermarket Kawasaki Mule skid plate from a place like Everything Kawasaki Offroad!

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The 1/2" Kawasaki Mule skid plate kit by SuperATV is popular among riders, and so too are the skid plates by Factory UTV. The latter is designed particularly well, with sections behind the front tire that roll up to bring protection to both the frame and the wheel wells. Plus, because the unit consists of larger pieces, there aren't as many seams and conjunction points as, say, Ricochet Off Road's ten-piece skid plate set. That being said, this may be more or less advantageous depending on where and how you ride. Additionally, the material manufacturers use to make their Kawasaki Mule skid plates is another important factor to consider. Although Kawasaki Mule aluminum skid plates are superior in some situations, they are known to crack and deform, and can also be noisy when riding on rocky terrain. Kawasaki Mule UHMW plastic skid plates, on the other hand, absorb impacts without denting, and they easily slide over protruding hazards so that your rig doesn't get stuck or hung up. Whichever style you choose, though, comparing the Kawasaki Mule skid plates we offer to the stock Kawasaki Mule skid plates is like comparing an anvil to a piece of glass!

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