Well, I'm sure you could get it apart, maybe even without damaging it. When it is pressed back together though, there is a lot of skill involved in getting it aligned and trued. It really is a job for a pro who is very familiar with two stroke cranks. I like to do everything myself, to a ridiculous degree, but this is beyond my range. Cranks, and cylinder boring are the only thing I don't do on these bikes. When I quoted you the price I paid, that included parts, which were about half of the total.
I wouldn't bring her home to Mama, but Mama ain't home tonight.