SuperATV Kawasaki Mule Pro FX/T DX/T Windshield - Rear

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Until you have a SuperATV Rear Windshield for Kawasaki Mule Pro FX/T and DX/T Models your cab isn’t complete.  It gives you superior protection from the elements and the trail. Whether you’re kicking up tons of dirt or just trying to stay warm on a chilly day, a lightly tinted rear windshield will make your ride better and stops the dust swirl from a front windshield used alone.

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FITMENT - 4 Door Models
Mule Pro DX/T : 2016+
Mule Pro FX/T : 2015+

Does NOT fit Mule FXR : 2018+
Can be used with most soft or hard tops

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Protects against flying mud and debris
Eliminates suction that occurs with a front windshield on its own
Made of 1/4” lightly tinted polycarbonate—250x stronger than glass and 25x stronger than acrylic
Fits the contours of your cage perfectly
Comes preassembled for easy installation
Made in the USA

Better Construction
SuperATV uses the best parts we can to make installation as easy and secure as possible. The rubber bulb seal keeps air and moisture out and the steel brackets make sure it won’t rattle no matter how rough the trail gets. Plus, the whole thing can be removed and reinstalled in minutes.

Unbeatable Polycarbonate
The 1/4” polycarbonate we use in our windshields is virtually indestructible. It’s 250 times stronger than glass so that it won’t break no matter what you hit on the trail. Whether you’re throwing up rocks with your rear tires or rolling over in a ditch, this rear windshield can take it.

Opt for XR Optic Hard Coating
XR Optic Hard Coating makes your windshield even better by adding total protection against scratches, scuffs, and abrasions. It also offers UV resistance, so no matter how much time your side-by-side spends in the sun, your windshield won’t yellow or show its age.

California Proposition 65 Warning

WARNING: This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.