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Chain is generally high grade hardened steel........

Personally, I'd use a 4 1/2" angle grinder and have at the pins until I could remove some sideplates....
Once you get a couple of the inner plates off (and maybe a roller or two), you should be able to get a punch directly on the bound rollers.....
IF you haven't already done it, put as much slack in the chain as you can (at the rear wheel)
 

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Sounds like you got lucky that and MR. HONDA buit some tuff stuff
 

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sorry guys.
I have cut one tooth off the sprocket now. I cut almost all the links off the chain around the sprocket..
Its just really darn pinched in there still......

last few weeks I've been a little preoccupied troubleshooting my jeep.
Rear pinion bearing was failing.... when it rains it pours..
 
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