Question about 1998 Suzuki RG 150 Gamma
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.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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