Baker Drivetrain 12-Step Desintoxication Program

During these times when discretionary money to purchase new parts for your sled is still tight, especially after the holidays, good news for you coming from BAKER.

If your transmission (Harley-Davidson, Big Dog or Baker) has got a problem like teeth missing, leaking oil, etc you can keep riding in denial until a major breakdown in the middle of nowhere, or you can take advantage of the new Baker 12 Step Remanufacturing Program.

Their knowledgeable technicians can repair or completely remanufacture your existing transmission with original BAKER parts or your H-D transmission with your choice of O.E.M. H-D or BAKER parts. Since your bike will be down, depending on the age or condition of your tranny, you may also want to upgrade with a DD5, DD6, or OD6 builder’s kit.

What is included in the12-step program. Inspect and receive incoming packaged transmission. Unpack said transmission. Disassemble components. Clean and detoxify. Inspect components, diagnose. Review options with owner (there are different ways to cure what’s happening with your bike.) Reassemble with new BAKER or Genuine H-D components. Bench test. Complete written report certifying that your tranny is finally clean, fixed and ready to ride. Pack it up like new and ship back to owner. Baker Drivetrain Remanufacture Program 1-877-640-2004

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4 Responses to “Baker Drivetrain 12-Step Desintoxication Program”


  1. 1 Kirk Perry Jan 4th, 2012 at 11:41 am

    How about a picture(s) of the original heavy duty (H-D® 4-spd) American motorcycle transmission with the Baker options hidden from view?

    List the Baker parts that go into it: Mainshaft, Torrington-type needle bearing MDG (main drive gear) and all the hardened, precision hobbed, gears that go into a “sleeper 4 spd”?

    Make us want one. 🙂

  2. 2 LENNY SINNET Jan 4th, 2012 at 9:36 pm

    Baker makes a great product and if James S is involved in a transmission it has to be very good.

  3. 3 Tom Keefer/ Franklin Church Choppers Jan 5th, 2012 at 8:04 am

    I started using Baker a few years ago. What awesome transmissions from an even better staff of guys and gals, Bert, Scott, James and Lisa!

  4. 4 bean're Jan 9th, 2012 at 11:33 am

    I’ve been using Baker ( a DD6) transmission for almost 200,000 problem free miles which is unbelievable considering the way I ride my bike. Still it is getting a little tired and this 12 step program should be just what the doctor ordered. I should know- I probably have over a half a million miles with a 12 step program.

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