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A few minutes ago, while checking out street legal utvs, i ran across the Cectek Quadrift 500. Is there anyone on here who has ridden one? If so what do you think of it?

From what i can gather, they are popular in Europe, but i doubt we will ever have one in the US, however if Can-Am can introduce such a revolutionary idea with their trike, maybe someone will build something similar here? Cectek_Quadrift_500_EFI.jpg

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If I could afford one, I would ride one

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:no:If I could afford one of them I would get a nice Polaris Outlaw and a nice toy hauler for it.:partyc:

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I am not really sure of the difference between 3 or 4 wheels for road riding. But then again I do not have a lot of experience of keeping vehicles on the road.

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