Key here is to get a look, at the dealer's tool. You might be able to find what it looks like on the internet. I remember on the old homelite saw that we had, it looked like an adjustable pin wrench, that HF sells. I once made one, out of a flat piece of metal, and drilled 2 holes, at the right width to engage the holes in the clutch, and used 2 small bolts, to engage the holes. Lots of these clutches are LH threaded, so if it don't come off, try reversing direction!
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