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Kawasaki Mule Pro-FXT LE #7616658 09/26/19 03:37 AM
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Just picked up my new Mule last week. My question is for all you Mule Pro FXT owners, with the air intake down low as they are how deep is too deep when it come to driving though water.

Re: Kawasaki Mule Pro-FXT LE [Re: Tkshunting] #7616659 09/26/19 03:41 AM
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Never done it

I think somebody said from the canton dealer they make a different intake

Re: Kawasaki Mule Pro-FXT LE [Re: Tkshunting] #7616666 09/26/19 03:49 AM
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Not planning on mudding or anything but our lease have a few spots that hold water especially with the amount of rain we’ve had in southeast Texas.

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Re: Kawasaki Mule Pro-FXT LE [Re: Tkshunting] #7616695 09/26/19 04:53 AM
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No deeper than the air filter


Originally Posted by takewhatyoucan64
The vaginahurt is real over there.
Re: Kawasaki Mule Pro-FXT LE [Re: Tkshunting] #7617148 09/26/19 08:16 PM
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I've driven across the Frio on our lease until the water was running in the doors and across the floor. I did it several times a weekend for the first several weeks after the heavy rains last September. I had no issues related to air intake, but that was about as deep as I wanted to go in slow moving water without a load of corn in the back. The bigger issue is the belt drive and the water causing it to wear faster. When I got the 100 hour service done, the belt had more wear on it than normal and they asked if we'd been running through deep water a lot.

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