All of our standard UTV skids are designed to fit in the Kawasaki Mule. However, it is always necessary to check Kawasaki's bed dimensions in order to confirm your QTAC will fit. Also, bed capacity and overall payload must be taken into account. We make skids to fit just about any bed configuration and weight limit, so let’s make sure to get you the correct QTAC for your needs and requirements.
Yes, depending on the model. The three-seat Kawasaki Mule has a larger-than-standard bed, measuring 54.1"L x 53.3"W x 11"H. When compared to a standard Polaris Ranger XP bed, that's about 16 inches of additional bed length. The smaller Mules, like the SX, MX and 4010, feature smaller beds than the Mule Pro DX and FX, and also have a lower bed capacity (400-800 pounds). For these Mules, the QTAC 40S and 20S are ideal.
Yes, the Kawasaki Mule six seat UTV features a great feature that allows the rear seats and bed headboard to fold forward, increasing the size of the bed. However, keep in mind that the roll bar and other structural parts of the UTV may be in the way should you be wanting to install a firefighting QTAC with a hose reel, or an EMS skid that features an attendant seat.
This has to do with a California law that requires bed capacity to be limited based on the vehicle's top speed. The gas-powered Mules are rated to a 600-pound bed capacity, while the beds on the diesel models are rated to 1000 pounds, but the UTV is governed to 29 mph.
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