Baker Drivetrain Goes In Reverse

Do trikes need a reverse? Yes. Lehman just announced an agreement with Baker Drivetrain. The Lehman trikes will use a new Baker F6R reverse to modify the original Harley-Davidson 6-speed transmission At this time, Harley-Davidson Dyna (06-08) and and FL & Softails (07-08) are the only trikes which will be available with Baker reverse system. The reverse gear will be available for shipment to dealers and factory conversions during the first week of December. The reverse is selected with the foot shift lever and a safety switch. Dealer installation of the reverse is relatively straightforward for those familiar with the Harley-Davidson 6-speed transmission. Dealers who prefer factory conversions can depend on quality installations by Baker with a limited 3 year/unlimited mileage warranty. Please, just don’t add a beep beep when you go in reverse with your trike. It’s annoying. Just look behind you.

2 Responses to “Baker Drivetrain Goes In Reverse”

  1. 1 Nicker Nov 18th, 2007 at 9:52 pm


    Could work on a 2 wheeler…

    Reverse sure as hell would make getting out-a parking spaces with a fully loaded scooter a lot easier.

    Oh ya, and maneuvering out of a crowded camp site.

    I’m thinking this would be a great touring feature.


  2. 2 Antone Nov 26th, 2007 at 8:04 pm

    Yes its very cool.I have one on my Road Glide,I’ll park it anywhere nose first,hill or no hill…I use a Calif. Champion sde care reverse

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