Kawasaki focuses on four-wheel accessories

Publish Date: 
Sep 6, 2012

IRVINE, Calif. - For September four-wheels the name and Kawasaki’s got the game with a bunch of new goodies for its quad-tired lineup.

Starting with the ATV models there is are new cargo boxes for the front and rear of the Brute Force 750 4x4i/650 4x4i.
The black boxes are built from high-strength polyethylene material with UV stabilizers to fight against fading. The rubber sealed lid helps keep dust and water out, while two lockable latches help secure cargo. The units bolt in place.
The dimensions of the front box are 34 in.Lx18 in.Wx7 in.H, while the rear weighs in at 40 in.Lx19 in.Wx12 in.H.

For the OEM’s Teryx models, there are two releases. First up are headlight guards for the standard Teryx. These black powdercoated guards are built from durable tubular steel and are designed to provide protection for headlights in tough conditions. The guards come with all the necessary hardware for installation.

For the Teryx4, the new Kawasaki seat covers are said to provide comfort, function and style. Foam bolsters are sewn into the sides of the base cover to help keep occupants planted in rough terrain. The covers are black with carbon embossed silver sides with contrasting black piping.

Mule owners might be interested in the a pair of new bed liners, one standard and one that’s slip resistant. These liners are made from the same design and materials as those built for pickup trucks. There are divider notches to use 2 in.x6 in. pieces to compartmentalize the bed and a matching cover fits on the tailgate.

Posted by Dennis Johnson