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Replacing pull cord --After clutch drum

I removed the clutch drum and now under it is a piece with a spring in a circle that is held into place by a circular part. How do i remove this part?
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This is the clutch. It is threaded onto the crankshaft (r/hand threads)..get a smaller size flat head chisel and a mediium size hammer and give a few good whacks on the raised solid part near the middle of the clutch...not near the springs nor on the outer edges. This should loosen it and it will unscrew right off the crank..If it's stubborn, spray penetrating oil (Liquid Wrench or PB Blaster) on it and let it soak overnight. Hope this helps you.

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