There’s a non-zero chance that, if you own one of these rigs, you’ll be in the market for a set of Kawasaki Mule seat covers at some time or another. After all, they are built for work – the word mule is right there in its name – so the chances of poking a hole in the seat with a screwdriver or dropping a reciprocating saw on its bench is actually pretty reasonable.
Whether you want to admit it or not, a good set of Polaris RZR rock sliders are key to protecting against damage. Without ’em bending the lower edges of our side-by-side while navigating a tight or technical trail is absolutely in the cards – no matter how good your driving skills. This is when a little bit of extra armor comes in handy.
Sure, OE manufacturers are adept at making the most out of available onboard space, but adding a UTV cargo box can certainly up its practicality quotient. There are no shortage of shapes and styles of these things, so we’ve assembled an array of different options in the hope one or more of them will suit your needs.
If you live in a state that allows street legal operation of your ATV or UTV, an ATV horn kit is an absolute requirement. Horns are the best way to make your presence known to distracted drivers and pedestrians as well as wildlife that may stray onto the highway in front of you. A good ATV horn kit also gives you the ability to get peoples attention to see how much you’re having cruising around town as you wave hi, so why wouldn’t you want to have one installed?