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Old 06-05-2020, 11:01 AM
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New Build thread and Baker 6 speed OD - experience??

Hey Guys -
First id like to start a build thread, but the board is so split right now with so many sub forums - where do i post it?

Second who all has a baker OD 6 speed?
Im looking at two options for the OD gear. .86 is the default, but there is also a .80 option.

Building this bike for cross country trip next summer. So i want a nice tall OD gear. So i'm leaning towards the .80 but its just a stock harley 80 inch evo, and wondering if thats too much gear for it the second it gets on a bee's dick of an incline.

Does anyone have the .80 6th in their baker? how about anyone with the standard .86 ? i want to cruise at 70 under 3000 rpm.

My 2016 dyna with a 110 and 6 speed, sits around 3200 at 75 and i really wish that would be more like 2800. for the same reason, i like to do lots of long trips.

Again dont want to labor the poor little 80 incher but the lower the cruising rpm the better. Any input?
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Old 06-08-2020, 02:54 PM
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I have a 2011 Big Bear Chopper Sled 300. I need to replace the Regulator Rectifier. Mine actually fell off. I thought I secured it well but someone stole it. Ive been trying to get a replacement and have looked everywhere. I even called Big Bear Choppers but they no longer are in business. I did track down the owners but they didnt know the part number. Can you point me in the right direction? Thank you in advance and be safe brothers.

I need the part number..
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