What to Look Out for When Buying CFMoto ZFORCE UTV Ramps?
CFMoto ZFORCE Ramp Types
CFMoto ZFORCE foldable ramps are Ideal for limited storage space since these come in dual-folding designs for standard loading and tri-folding options for broader coverage and stability.
These can save you a bit of space when not in use while being as effective as a normal non-folding ramp.
Telescoping ramps offer adjustable lengths, perfect for handling different loading heights, making them a versatile choice.
These are also great if you carry all kinds of equipment with you or if you are often loading and unloading your ZFORCE on uneven terrain.
For challenging terrains, pivoting ramps adjust the angle to provide a balanced approach. Consider these if you often load and unload on a decline.
Arched and beamed ramps also offer decent clearance and stability, making them ideal for safely loading vehicles with low ground clearance, like mowers, go-karts, etc.
Weight Capacity Considerations
The ramp must support the weight of your ZFORCE plus any additional gear. With typical weight capacities ranging between 1,200 to 3,500 pounds, choosing ramps that surpass your total weight requirements ensures a safer loading process.
It’s always better to have a higher maximum weight capacity to ensure reliability and durability for many years to come.
Build Materials and Durability
Steel Ramps These CFMoto ZFORCE ramps are known for durability because steel can support heavy loads but requires maintenance to prevent corrosion.
Aluminum Ramps Lightweight and rust-resistant, aluminum ramps are suitable for lighter loads but need careful handling under extreme conditions.
Safety is paramount, so always be on the lookout for weight capacity indicators, slip-resistant surfaces, side barriers, anchoring mechanisms, or safety chains for safe transportation.
While at it, make sure your CFMoto ZFORCE is able to carry all your cargo including whatever you plan on loading and unloading with your ramp.
Do not overextend the ramps if they aren’t designed for that and always do your best to neatly store them when not in use.