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CFMOTO Uforce 500


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I recently purchased a uforce 500. So far I am very happy with it. I had looked around at several brands but kept coming back to the cfmoto. I also have a Polaris sportsman 700 which I love. But due to a serious motorcycle accident that left me with a broken back among other injuries I could no longer ride the atv for long due to no back support and holding both arms up to the handlebars.

 

I'm 6'2 and needed the legroom that the uforce provides. I also needed a comfortable seat. Another determining factor was the overall width. I wanted a good trail machine that was able to fit my trailer. I tried sitting in the zforce but leg room was lacking. 379e7a5e47d06fb06b4f31f11826b8fa.jpgc76238998d68525dc64b703dc298c938.jpg454fd8692fd0c0a9ea09b46ace736e7b.jpg

 

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It is a great machine. I just got it last week. It now has a roof and half windshield. It's a 2018 model. We just got a dealership here this year. Fit and finish seems just as good as the other big name brands. All suspension parts have grease nipples. Electrical is Bosch. Many other suspension and drivetrain parts are American. 32c67e664023450bcfc1f8e0406c49b4.jpg

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Follow up time. I now have 2700kms on it and so far it's been flawless. Not a single mechanical issue. I use it around the yard during the summer and for fall hunting. I also try to load up the back with firewood every time I go out hunting. Little bit at a time and so far I've brought back a couple cords of wood for heating the garage this winter. e38f762bbfb71ccc44829eb311f28623.jpgbfc59f9b10cfa1eea6ef9f03ee59e1ef.jpgfe7a422c6bbc05afea8df5b068e7049e.jpg

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