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Posting my own followup for future searches.
I managed to get my clutch working great - No holes needed.
Took the rod off and adjusted pedal play to it's maximum (took about 15 turns of the turnbuckle & re-attached).
I sprayed degreaser into the timing hole on the front of the bellhousing, let it soak (it was slowly dripping out of the cotter pin hole), started it in neutral, choked it until it stumbled enough to pop into gear. Drove it into a tree (eased the bucket against a big maple), blocked the clutch down with it in gear, let it idle while spraying more degreaser into the bellhousing, finished up with brake cleaner to dry things out in there. Went and moved some dirt with it - been working fine ever since.
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