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If you're taking it off to replace the chain with a new one you can just cut it off. But, i would recomend a chain breaker. And if you are changing chains don't just yank the old one out! You will double your work. Use the old one as a guide to pull the new chain around the front sprocket. Zip-tie or lightly wire together. Else wise you're shoving your hand in places it might not go or it's cover pulling time. Yes...a voice of experience.

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SOURCE: 1982 Suzuki GS650G timing chain install

Don't ever break & relink a timing chain on a vehicle like yours.

You don't have to remove the crank just to replace the timing chain. says

like jeshern85 says, just remove whatever parts are blocking access. I usually wrap the chain around the crank sprocket then pull the chain up through the cylinder with a coat hanger.

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