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Remove the clutch housing...should be a small Torx head screw in the neck of the housing, screwed into the threaded end of the crankshaft. Once housing is off, rap on the solid inside ears of the clutch with a small hammer and flat-head chisel..counterclockwise. If stubborn,don't beat it to death. Use penetrating oil on it and try again later. It will come off.
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