Curtis Industries, LLC, manufacturer of cab enclosures, attachments and accessories for compact vehicles, announced the release of its cab heater for the Kawasaki Mule Pro series.
The Curtis heater is specifically designed for the Kawasaki Pro Series, both gas and diesel models. The two-speed fan generates up to 20,000 BTUs of heat.
The heater provides maximum comfort and visibility for the occupants. Two adjustable swivel louvers on top of the dash clear the windshield up to 30 percent faster than the factory heater. Two adjustable floor outlets distribute heat evenly throughout the cab.
The heater mounts behind the dash for a fully integrated fit and finish. In addition to its outstanding performance, the Curtis heater installs in half the time of the factory heater and requires less invasive vehicle disassembly — only four parts need to be removed to install the Curtis heater, and no cutting into the firewall is required.
This integrated design means no bulky heater box taking up legroom inside the cab. Instead, the behind-the-dash installation is less intrusive and gives the user outstanding performance with better aesthetic appeal.
“The heater for the Mule Pro Series adds value for our dealers and the end users,” said Michael Alexander, vice president of sales and marketing. “Faster installation saves time and money for the dealer, and the end user has an integrated heater with better performance than the factory heater.”
The Curtis heater has an inline shutoff valve that quickly converts the heater into a summertime blower for added cab ventilation.
The Curtis heater kit includes all mounting hardware, coolant hoses and electrical harnesses and illuminated dash switch.