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A-Arm Guards

Keep your a-arms unbroken, unbent, and in tip-top shape with some Kawasaki Mule a-arm guards from Everything Kawasaki Offroad! We sell UTV a-arm guards designed specifically to protect the arm itself, as well as Kawasaki Mule a-arm guards with features to protect the a-arm boot. The SSS Off-Road a-arm guards available at Everything Kawasaki Offroad work great on any Mule. They're made from UHMW hard plastic, and will prevent both busted a-arms as well as torn boots. Companies like Factory UTV also make great a-arm guards for the Kawasaki Mule, and there are countless custom fabricators out there that can build Kawasaki Mule a-arm guards out of metal. One thing you have to consider, though, is drainage. A-arm guards for the Kawasaki Mule without proper drainage outlets will collect debris on top. Not only is this a fire hazard, but when things like sticks, rocks, and ice accumulate on the a-arm guards, they often wear out or even puncture the CV boot on the axle. With the slotted and perforated Kawasaki Mule a-arm guards we offer, however, you don't have to worry about debris building up and wreaking havoc on your boots!

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No matter if you're a rock crawler, a ranch hand, or a recreational rider, protecting your machine is easy to do with the right Kawasaki Mule a-arm guards. Combine a-arm guards with skid plates, belly pans, and other shielding accessories and you'll be ready for whatever Mother Nature has in store! So get out there and rip it up without having to constantly think about your vulnerable a-arms by installing front a-arm guards and rear a-arm guards on your Kawasaki Mule today! And when you buy from a place like Everything Kawasaki Offroad, you know that you're getting quality products from the industry's leading aftermarket accessory makers. Why risk it when you can have ultimate a-arm protection with the click of a button?

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