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Machinery Chatter
Dan Miller Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Mon Aug 3, 2015 11:47 AM CDT

Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA has rolled out a couple of new variants of its Mule Pro FXT, a six-passenger vehicle introduced just one year ago.

The Mule Pro FX is a single-row-seat model -- still a full-size side-by-side, but with a large, diamond-plate steel cargo box. The box has space enough for a 48x40-inch wooden pallet and then some, and room for three passengers.

Kawasaki also is building for 2016 a Mule Pro FXT Ranch Edition. Painted in a metallic titanium color, it includes two-tone seat covers with embossed Ranch Edition logos. "It's for the guy who wants bling." Kawasaki's ...

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