All Big Dog Motorcycles Drivetrain Service Parts Available Directly From Baker

Following the demise of Big Dog Motorcycles as a motorcycles manufacturer, Baker Drivetrain informs all current Big Dog owners at all dealers (ex Big Dog or not) that their service parts and upgrades will continue to be available directly from them for all Big Dog Makes and Models. Whether you need an inspection cover, replacement o-ring, top cover or want to upgrade from the stock chain primary to an open belt drive, Baker Drivetrain got these parts in stock. Baker drivetrain accept new dealer applications from those thinking they will have to work on Big Dog motorcycles ( Call 1-877-640-2004 to set up your dealer account for dealer web access and price lists)

Baker Drivetain manufactures the whole drivetrain for 2005-later Big Dogs. The center distance of the primary drive is based on their DSSC and is not common with Softail.  Baker used their knowledge of the factory system to develop a Synchronous Belt Drive.  The pulleys are hobbed from stainless steel blanks for durability and corrosion resistance.  The structural integrity of the stainless steel clutch pulley significantly reduces that loose tappet rattling sound that some other belt belt drives make when the clutch is disengaged.  The indestructible pulleys are driven with a large 2.4″ belt and coupled with a radial ball bearing suspended outside the bearing support.

Other popular parts offered by Baker for Big Dog motorcycles are: BDM Chrome Inspection Covers, BDM Bearing Door Chrome, BDM Chrome Cast Top Covers, BDM Chrome Inner Primary 0″ Offset, BDM Chrome Inner Primary 1/2″ Offset, BDM Chrome Outer Primary, BDM Chrome Derby  Covers, BDM Pulley Cover Actuator Cap, BDM Chrome Pulley Cover and all Big Dog Specialty Tools (pulley, bearing, gear set installation and removal) Baker Drivetrain.

37 Responses to “All Big Dog Motorcycles Drivetrain Service Parts Available Directly From Baker”

  1. 1 Hamilton Apr 8th, 2011 at 7:34 am

    More business for Baker. good.

  2. 2 Larry Apr 8th, 2011 at 7:53 am

    Hmmm. So what Big Dog Performance Parts is going to sell? Non performance parts?

  3. 3 Shifter Apr 8th, 2011 at 7:59 am

    El Loco. Nobody is more professional in its dealings than Baker Drivetrain. The only ones who have to worry are Big Dog owners who lost their warranty, and the new company Big Dog Performance Parts having nothing to offer other than parts that nobody wants.

  4. 4 Donnie Apr 8th, 2011 at 8:01 am

    So Big Dog now expects to sell parts to dealers whose warranty work was not paid by BDM? Failure. Good companies like Baker will benefit. Justice.

  5. 5 1550tc Apr 8th, 2011 at 8:18 am

    So WHO IS Big Dog Performance Parts is going to sell TO? YOU MEAN??

    Who knows and this is quite the twist in the on going BDM saga…… i said its like trying to swim up niagara falls

    Eloco……….guys like Baker are probably first and foremost trying to get money owed to them back and cut their losses with BDM

    i saw one dealer online with a 08 big dog with 21 miles on it, in 5 months that is a 4 model year old bike…….the wholesale floor plan juice on that bike must be his cost on the bike

    Cyril, those european BDM dealers, (not the importer) are probably very thankful you broke this story!

  6. 6 Cyril Huze Apr 8th, 2011 at 8:27 am

    Big Dog Europe sent yesterday a press release to European magazines stating that my Monday report was not true and widely exagerated!

  7. 7 Cris Sherrer Apr 8th, 2011 at 8:33 am

    20 people at Big Dog Performance Parts? Some like to die twice. Coleman has enough personal money to retire. He should. I don’t believe in the viability of his parts business.

  8. 8 Boss Hawg Apr 8th, 2011 at 9:22 am


    Thanks for stepping up to the plate. Always loved the drop clutch set-up.

    Hope you recoup your trade-dress costs, make some money, and we are pleased to see you there when in need for all the Big Dog owners.

    Boss Hawg

  9. 9 1550tc Apr 8th, 2011 at 9:22 am

    widely exagerated!

    LOL………………………. Cyril, i guess over there the importer was trying get the dealers to keep drinking the kool aid 🙁

    Cyril, BDM’s PR is right up there with Charlie Sheen’s and Tiger’s!!

  10. 10 jatinder pal Apr 8th, 2011 at 11:58 am

    Relief for big dog owners…..more cash for baker.

  11. 11 BDM EU Apr 8th, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    Received today the first delivery of parts from Baker. Right price and very professional. Thanks from us as BDM EU.
    Mr.Huze,maybe you were right, you had your moment of glory, but please realize you can do more harm than good with this. Be positive, think American and realize a journalist will never know the 100% accurate story behind a company’s strategy.

  12. 12 Jeff Nicklus Apr 8th, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    Cyril, if you don’t tear BDM EU up I will! What an ass ….. in other words he wants you to cover his ass so he, and others, can unload their bikes in Europe to unsuspecting buyers without warranties or replacement parts, before you tell the story! What a dick! Also, this just happened the first of the week so how did he already get a delivery from Bert if he didn’t know before hand this was coming down?

    Over & Out,


  13. 13 Boss Hawg Apr 8th, 2011 at 4:37 pm

    Jeff Nicklus,

    via Southwest Airlines…ark ark ark

    Boss Hawg

  14. 14 Cyril Huze Apr 8th, 2011 at 4:45 pm

    To J. Dewit at Big Dog Europe. You have sent to European motorcycle magazines information stating that what I published was wrong and not the true story of what was going on. Who told you it was not the story? The story is now officially confirmed. Any reporter or journalist who is reporting factual information is hurting the company? I should not report what I know? Don’t you expect your general media you listen/read/watch to, to report facts they they know? Contrary to what you state I think it’s you who is harming the company you represent when you state wrong facts to the medias.

    Contrary to what you wrote to magazines

    1- The new company with the DBA of Big Dog Performance Parts is NOT and CAN’T be, for evident reason, a subsidiary of Big Dog Motorcycles.

    2- You state that Big Dog Motorcycles will one day restart production. Even Big Dog Motorcycles President states that it is very high speculation. Regarding the company’s future strategy the only thing I reported is that a new company was formed to distribute parts to Big Dog owners, which was correct. I didn’t say anything else. You have no info from Big Dog authorizing you to state to magazines that production is halted temporarily. It’s complete misinformation and dishonest to your european dealers.

    By the way I don’t work for glory.

    Regards, Cyril Huze.

  15. 15 2Low Apr 8th, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    To the guy of BDM Europe, Cyril’s daily contribution to the worldwide custom motorcycle industry is greater that what can be yours in your entire life. Say the truth to your dealers, then shut up. You are screwed by BDM like all dealers who sold bikes now without warranty.

  16. 16 BDM EU Apr 8th, 2011 at 5:05 pm

    Hi Jeff,
    Like your answer, but would like to answer.
    Sorry, but we are an independant manufacturer with an WMI (World manufacturers Identification nr.)
    and have the appropriate licenses to manufacture BDM motorcycles overhere.(EU version and maybe?)
    Therefore we can and will give our customers the necessary warranties and services.
    We realize that you and Cyril don’t know this and the rest of the story overthere in the US.
    You may always contact us directly for further information.
    Kind regards,

  17. 17 2Low Apr 8th, 2011 at 5:14 pm

    BDM EU. You are a dreamer. I bet you never manufactured a Big Dog and you will never do. You are a failure waiting to happen. You just received today parts from Baker? Because you already knew you could not get them from BDM? Good for BAKER. We are proud of them. Support American companies.

  18. 18 Jose Pratt Apr 8th, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    How many Big Dogs in Europe? I say 20. Correct?

  19. 19 BDM EU Apr 8th, 2011 at 5:24 pm

    Sorry guys, I will stop now to reply, but believe me, that it was my only intention to bring to here some
    wonderful made American motorcycles and lifestyle.

  20. 20 1550tc Apr 8th, 2011 at 5:49 pm

    BDM EU

    maybe you were right, you had your moment of glory

    Maybe?? do you own a calender?? an april 2011 one??

    incase u dont so you cant get your dates straight on this whole BDM, SHIT-ZAMI session

    Hello????? bdm eu….. about just being honest and saying Mr Huze, your sources were very accurate with your sourrces and you did due dillegence BY contacting all the parrties involved and gave them a an opprunity to make a comment before you wrote your article?? VERY professional OF YOU TO DO THAT!!

    All Cyril did was keep snakes like you and BDM from slithering all over the industry at your free will….and then he blogged where your buyers can get parts and you slam the guy??


  21. 21 Conrad Nicklus Apr 8th, 2011 at 5:50 pm

    BDM EU,

    I have heard some shit in my life and must say you are pulled to your balls in it. I know that a few months back BDM was working their ass off to get a shipment of bikes out to Europe to their dealers, why wouldnt you just build them if you say you are making them for EU??? Just stating the crap that I hear coming from your keyboard.

  22. 22 1550tc Apr 8th, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    Hey these guys must have a Ouija Board for a calender and a G5 to fly over to Berts and pick up their parts !!

    BDM EU….i know they are different bikes but do you really need to import more junk into europe when you have bikes like this with american v twin engines over there?? and for $20.700,00euros

  23. 23 BDM EU Apr 8th, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    Hello guys, I would sincerely apologize to everybody,1550tc and Conrad, etc. but realize that EU is not the US. But please help me to bring that fine US company made products to here.
    Come on guys……..

  24. 24 JC Apr 8th, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    you know what they say…
    If it looks like it, and smells like it, well you know the rest.

    BDM EU, send me your address and I’ll send you another shovel.
    Your going to need it from the looks of it.

    I can’t believe it, but I actually agree with Conrad on this one. Go figure??
    Nice job buddy!! Ha ha

  25. 25 Josh Apr 8th, 2011 at 7:40 pm

    To BDM EU. You want us to “help you get that fine US company made products to Europe”. Listen again. Big Dog Motorcycles had its assets seized, foreclosed, closed, kaput, Understand? With such a dumb person, BDM had no chance in Europe!

  26. 26 SUL Apr 8th, 2011 at 8:43 pm

    is Baker offering a chain conversion kit to fit into the BD actuator cover?

  27. 27 1550tc Apr 8th, 2011 at 9:33 pm

    BDM EU

    You might as well start importing Saturns, Odsmobiles and Pontiacs, makes for a nice line up of us vehicles

    JC & BDM EU

    I know this is the same in the EU and the USA, when your drunk and go to bed with whore, you know what your going to get, and make sure you bag it and your wallet contains only the $$ you agreed on for her services

  28. 28 JC Apr 8th, 2011 at 10:22 pm

    1550 thanks for enlightening me from the experiences of your worldwide prostitution problems.
    First step is admitting the problem buddy. Your on the right track.

  29. 29 Abnormal Apr 8th, 2011 at 11:46 pm

    I just have a very simple comment for BDM EU….. so you have your lic with (WMI)….. hmmmm thats nice… but you might want to see who owns the name…. guess what… its the bank that Foreclosed on BD, so you go right ahead and build bikes an use that name, your not going to like the results, for one people here in the US can sue your company for any warantee issue they have…. and dont think I dont know what Im talking about. I have Inc. several business by myself and know the routes in which to do so and I also know what happens when you make a mistake and try to carry someone elses name, is why I Inc. the first place…

  30. 30 fluke Apr 9th, 2011 at 12:25 am

    Guys, could we stop the name calling of BDM EU.

    First as he/she is in Belgium I assume English isn’t his/her first language and so there may be a little misunderstanding with the words they have used and the words you read. I bet you would screw up more if you wrote Dutch or French.

    Secondly, if the new BD performance products company in Wichita still make the proprietary parts and other vendors such as S&S and Baker keep making their Big Dog specific parts I see no reason at all why BDM EU cannot continue to independently provide warranty claims on Big Dogs sold there and perhaps later assemble new Big Dogs in the EU. They are barely more than kit bikes anyway.

    They may have to talk to the bank who now own the Big Dog name about continuing to use it though.

    That said, The letter BDM EU wrote to the European press denying the claims Mr Huze made was very unprofessional.

    Why not just admit the US maker has gone bust ( to no ones surprise) and then say you will continue to provide full warranty, service parts and support yourselves?

  31. 31 Gas Man Apr 9th, 2011 at 7:15 am

    Thanks again Cyril. We all appreciate your hard work day in and day out.

  32. 32 XWedgeytester Apr 9th, 2011 at 7:30 am

    Jeeze so disappointing to hear so many sceptics wiling their premier custom motorcycle to never restructure. The US mindset still appears to be further behind than a bulldogs bollocks and thats why BDM US need to restructure. They should be thankful and supportive that BDM EU are up to the task and have the balls for BDM to live on in Europe, whilst BDM US restructure. Wonder how many commentator gobshites of this thread have actually have BDM’s or even any motorcycle – US citizens get a grip, stop whining, support the initiatives or shut up.

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  34. 34 Brad Kingsley Apr 9th, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    I would imagine that BDM owed a lot of money not only to its lender but also to its vendors. How Coleman can believe he can create a new company selling Big Dog parts that he will not be able to buy from these same vendors. What about ex BDM dealers left with bikes with no warranty? Don’t you think that dealers prefer to deal directly with the vendors and reciproquely.? Risk of failure? 100%. Colema is nuts.

  35. 35 WayKool Apr 11th, 2011 at 8:50 am

    Well thank god Baker is stepping up to the plate.

  36. 36 machete Apr 19th, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    BDM EU????

    Basically a distributor…..and that’s all.

  37. 37 Skull Motorcycle Accessories Nov 24th, 2011 at 2:13 pm

    I think the admin of this website is actually working hard in support of his site, as here every information is quality based material.

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