Re: Removing the chain master link
If it's a press fit link (the sort you need a tool or clever bodgery to put on)then it'll be a bugger to remove with leverage from a screwdriver, probably quicker to use a chain splitter to cut it off and use a new link to replace it.
Are you removing it to replace the chain or is it going back on. I only ask because I've seen the same size split/rivet links from different manufacturers refuse to go back on so make sure you get the right split link if putting it back on.
3 Africa Twins/280,000 miles. If it's happened to one of mine, it's gonna happen to one of yours.....eventually.1 Varadero/62,000 miles ridden (of 85,000 miles on the bike), it's all still new to me! Not any more-now gone and replaced by a:2015 Versys 1000- 46,000 miles. What a wicked bike!!!!!!.