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February 1998 Bed Toys

Kawasaki Mule
Allyson Harwood | Writer
Posted February 1, 1998

Kawasaki Mule 2510 4x4

The Kawasaki Mule 2510 is a four-wheel drive workhorse. With its 13.5-cubic-foot tilting bed and excellent pulling ability, it's a valuable machine on the trail, at the worksite, or on the farm. This utility vehicle is lightweight, and maneuvers out of almost any difficult situation. It has a dual-mode differential in the rear that can grab on to challenging terrain when necessary, and a limited-slip diff in the front. It also comes with a two-speed transfer case that gives the driver the option of low-range.

The Mule 2510 has a 617cc four-stroke engine, and comes equipped with a continuously variable belt-drive automatic transmission. It can haul an 803-pound payload, and pull up to 1,200 pounds with the help of a hitch and trailer. The DeDion leaf-spring rear suspension system handles this impressive payload, and the MacPherson strut-type front suspension improves the vehicle's cornering abilities

This Kawasaki was designed to be smooth and efficient, as well as easy to maintain. Its electronic ignition, spin-on oil filter, coolant and battery sight gauges, and dual-element air cleaner make this a low-maintenance vehicle. It also comes equipped with a U.S.F.S.-approved spark arrestor.

There are a variety of accessories that will suit any demand placed on this utility vehicle. More information about this line of vehicles and available accessories is available at your local Kawasaki dealer.

S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
Vehicle 1998 Kawasaki Mule 2510
Engine 617cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke;
OHV, V-twin
Aspiration Mikuni BV26-18 carb
Transmission Belt converter with
Hi-Low transfer case, 2WD or 4WD
Drive System Dual-mode differential
Suspension Independent front,
leaf spring rear
Load Capacity (lb.) 1,330sß
Towing Capacity (lb.) 1,200
Dry Weight (lb.) 1,184
Brakes Hydraulic drum

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