I'll show you how to do it.
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A flathead screwdriver
A piston stop
A socket wrench with a 17mm socket and a sparkplug socket
Step 1: Getting Started
Step 2: Clutch Cover Removal
Step 3: Unscrew The, Uh... Thing.
Once it's loose, slowly pull it out and grab the spring and that is below the clutch arm. Don't let the spring fall into the motor. Continue removing the bolt and grab the spacer that is above the clutch arm. Don't let the spacer fall into the motor either.
Move the clutch arm gently off to the side. don't let the clutch cable fall out of it's slot.
Now remove the cap from the center of the clutch.
Step 4: Stop It!
You can now remove the clutch. I always try to stack everything the same way that it came out. I found a diagram online with the proper order for reassembly, which was helpful.
Successful clutch removal!