The unknown is always a little intimidating. You can do it with a couple of floor jacks and basic tools. A concrete floor helps also. I would start by removing the hood. Place a jack under the engine and one under the trans. Undo the wiring and the choke rod and the oil line and the throttle linkage. Remove the drag links from the steering arms and the radius rods from the transmission. Put some wooden wedges between the axle and the center section so that the engine cannot tip when you roll it forward. There are about 10 or so bolts that connect the engine to the bell housing. Remove them and roll the front half of the tractor forward. Now you have access to the clutch. While in there also replace the input trans seal. Good luck and post back with questions.
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