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Baker 6-into-4 Complete Transmission

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Description

This product was proudly made in the USA Made In The USA

Baker 6-into-4 Complete Transmission

Fitment Note: Fits up to Early 1984. Will NOT fit Late 1984 models

• Includes kicker assembly

• Mainshaft permits re-use of stock primary drive

• Roller detent shift drum with reduced inertia, and gear dog teeth with lead-in rampimg produces significantly smoother shifting

Product Specs

  • Drive Side: Left
  • Finish: Polished
  • Manufacturer Part Number: K6402P
  • Sold in Units: assembly

Fitment

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Fitment Note: Fits up to Early 1984. Will NOT fit Late 1984 models

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Customer Reviews

  Posted:

When I broke into the Harley world, having always had "metric" bikes...I wanted something different...which I found in an '84 Softail. First year Evo motor...almost the last year for a 4 speed with a kickstart. I thought it was so cool...but I soon found out it was hard to keep up with the 5-speed bikes...and if I did the vibration was so was so bad I could see nothing in my mirrors. And it is almost impossible to keep a 4-speed from leaking out the main seal for more than a year. I have been looking at this type of transmission since they came out with the 5-speed in a 4-speed case, but when I saw the Baker 6-in-4 with a kicker, I just had to have it. Now, nowhere did it actually say it would fit my bike, but being a machanic buy trade I figured I could make it work, so I bought it. It was almost a bolt in...I just had to cut the mounting studs so they would not hit the shocks.The inner primary had to be clearanced to clear the sprocket nut, but that was in the the directions. At the same time I went from a 51 tooth rear sprocket to a 48 to really help out on the top end. The difference is unbelievable..it is like having a new bike...I can see out my mirrors at 80...the 5 speed bikes have a hard time keepin up with me :) Now for the downside...this trans is 1.5 inches wider than the 4 speed, so the exhaust you are running now may or may not work...mine did after a few whacks with a ball peen hammer. The kickstart arm they sent with the trans is the offset style...which puts it WAY too far out with the trans being wider...I replaced it with the straight style which puts it back to where it was with the offset syle on the old trans. The biggest problem I have had is keeping the bugs off my teeth because I am always smiling while riding it.

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