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Hi David,
I see that you already have several answers to your question. Since you requested an answer directly from me, I'll throw in my 2-cents worth.
I think your dilema is stemming from a case of "partial" bearing/bushing removal and possibly you may have the wrong bearing/bushing in your clutch kit - which is why it does not look right.
Look at the pictures below. The first one is for a pilot bearing ONLY. The second picture is of a pilot bearing/bushing assembly. What I am gathering from your discussion here is that you have gotten the bearing part out and the bushing is still stuck in the end of the crankshaft..
The bushing is made of a very brittle pot-metal and will break pretty easily with a chisel. Just break it into pieces to get it out of the crankshaft. Be careful not to damage the crank. If your kit came with just the bearing like the first picture, then you need to get the bearing/bushing like in the second picture to fix the problem.

The bearing/bushing in the second picture is a MOTORMITE Part Number 14677
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