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I don't have to break the chain to get the wheel off my single speed and you should not have to break the frame to get the wheel off a belt. Just loosen stuff up, slide it to the side, and work stuff out. That big drive on the front by the pedals - that belt can come off of that and it gives you enough slack.
It looks good except I think you will have to loosen the tensioner. You won't have to spread the frame. When the recessed allen head bolts are removed you risk damage to the very end of the threads due to the belt tension. It is unlikely you can reinstall the tensioning assembly with tension on the belt. Due to the complexity of this kind of flat repair you ...
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