SuperATV Kawasaki Mule Pro Spare Tire Carrier (STC-K-MULE-01)
Always Have a Spare on Hand
Is there such a thing as being too prepared? We don’t think so. Preparation is key on the trails, which is why your Kawasaki Mule Pro needs this Spare Tire Carrier from SuperATV. It gives you a secure place to keep your spare while you’re riding. Never again will you get sidelined with a popped tire and no backup plan! Our spare tire carrier is made with tough, powder-coated steel to endure years of exposure to the elements.
The Picture of Convenience
Sure, you could just throw a spare tire in your bed and call it a day. But that’s problematic for a couple of reasons. First, you’re sacrificing all of your rear cargo space by doing that. And second, it’s not the safest method. That’s why a spare tire carrier is a must. This one installs to the headache rack, directly behind your head. It frees up your cargo area so you still have somewhere to put your tools, cooler, or other gear. Your spare tire will be out of the way while you ride, and it moves with the headache rack when you convert between three and six-seat modes. You’ll have easy access the next time you get a flat.
Strength Fit for a Mule
The Mule is a mean, hardworking machine, so anything you put on it should be just as rugged. This spare tire carrier is no exception. It’s made from heavy-duty steel plating to stand strong through years of rough riding. A powder-coat finish protects against rust brought on by moisture and humidity, adding to the impressive longevity. And installation is a cinch—we include everything you need to get the job done.
- Secures to your headache rack using heavy-duty clamps
- Positions the tire behind you and out of the way
- Made with heavy-duty, powder-coated steel plating
- Fits up to a 30” tire
- Bolt pattern: 4/156
- Wheel studs: M12 x 1.25
- Easy to install
- Comes with all necessary hardware
- Kawasaki Mule Pro DX : 2016+
- Kawasaki Mule Pro DXT : 2016+
- Kawasaki Mule Pro FX : 2016+
- Kawasaki Mule Pro FXT : 2015+
- If you’re running a rear windshield, installing this spare tire carrier requires drilling into your windshield.