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Remove outer primary cover, the drive train, the inner primary, the starter pinion/jackshaft, pull the swingarm pivot bolt and isolator blocks, remove the rear tire and drop the shocks, lower the swingarm out of the way. Put the new belt on and assemble in reverse order.
In your Clymer book look in the section on forks, the swingarm is also called the rear fork.
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I just did part of this job as a novice so let me add a couple things. When you take the starter jackshaft, be careful not to get things out of order. Pull the whole thing out in a unit, leaving the gears and spring in place on the long screw. There is a large coupling that rides in a bushing in the inner primary. It will probably stay in place when you pull out the jackshaft. That means when you remove the inner primary there is a chance it will fall out and roll across the garage floor (sound like experience talking?) There is a retaining ring inside this coupling and it is very important not to put the coupling in backwards when you replace it. The jackshaft will not work right if you do.
If you like to watch video's, which I find helpful, here is one where a guy does an inner primary seal. It shows the procedure for getting things apart. It is a strange video and the guy does kind of a hack job but you can see how it's done up to the point of removing the inner primary case.