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I have been given a brand new Coleman Outfitter 800. I am a 100% Disabled combat veteran.

This UTV has been generously given to me and many other severely disabled via the Independence Fund and Wounded Warriors. First I wish to publicly express my appreciation to the Independence Fund for their generosity.

Having said that, now I have a few questions and request some help and direction.

This unit was delivered to my home about 30 days ago. I have read many of the comments directed towards these Chinese Knockoffs, and I would never go out and purchase one of these units. However, when you are given one, what can you say??

From the get go the braking system is marginal at best. Very soft and pedal has to be pushed very, very hard to bring unit to a stop. This is not acceptable for me. I have contacted Coleman PowerSports, in Tempe, AZ. They are of no help what so ever.

I have bleed the system twice to no avail, I am now ready to explore replacing the brake pads, rotors, and master cylinder, however, I do not and can not obtain part numbers! I have pulled the front wheels and inspected the front pads for contamination and/or glazing. Other than very Cheap carbon pads, the pads are not glazed one contaminated, however, extremely dirty with what I would call excessive brake dust, they appear to be OK.

Does anyone have any ideas as to replacement pads, rotors, and master cylinder??

Any constructive comments would be greatly appreciated as to what, where and who I can purchase correct fitting replacement parts including calipers, pads, rotors, and master cylinder.

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