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Old 10-16-2010, 07:43 AM
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How can I tell if its a Baker or a Roadmax?

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By the Serial number for sure, but the Bakers I have seen are clearly marked

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Old 07-17-2015, 07:36 AM
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Whirring noise in primary

Just commenting even though this thread is years old, to help those seeking an answer for why the noises coming from the primary [Mentioned by a contributor on previous pages as "Not to be concerned about"]. The whirring noise is an indication that the primary chain is loose. Maybe not a worry/may be a worry. My experience shows me that if this noise is loud on decel with clutch engaged, the chain is slack enough to severely wear the teeth on the clutch hub which is $400.00 from Rivera to replace. Made of high tensile strength aluminum integrated as one piece to the clutch basket. Not a separate sprocket as it once was. The engine sprocket albeit steel, will also have received some wear by the time the chain gets that slack. May or may not require replacement. As Jay Leno says,"Just sayin' ".
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Old 02-10-2016, 08:07 AM
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They didn't use baker transmission they ended up swapping from roadmax to another China made transmission. They started using a transmission called Nexmo. They are not much better than roadmax. The transmission a name on it I know on roadmax you have to take primary off to see the roadmax name and I think if you look at serial number on transmission I believe roadmax transmission start either with a number and then letter R or its starts with letter R if so it's a roadmax. All baker transmission has baker on it on the case it's self in big letters.
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