Here is what I did. I put the bike into neutral. Then I placed a pipe covered and heavily padded on top of the swing arm and through the rear rim, then I roatated the tire until it hit hte bar. Next I took a socket wrench with it on the front sprocket nut, then I took a about a 5ft bar and stuck that onto the socket wrench. With someone else on the brakes for good measure, I went to it. After a few seconds I got it off.... Make sure you buy a replacement washer for that. You cannot use hte same one again it'd be bad mojo.
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