Re your clutch centre. I've often been in your situation where a tolerance fit part is reluctant to let go under pressure.
A steady pull sometimes just doesn't exert enough pressure to break the seal that's formed between the shaft and the centre itself so often the answer is shock treatment...
Get two or three things to use as wedges (I use cold chisels) and gently tap them behind the primary drive so that they wedge between the hub and the crankcase - obviously BE CAREFUL.
Once you have some degree of lateral force behind the hub, give the end of the shaft a good solid rap with a hide hammer or similar.
Do this a few times, adjusting your wedges as you go, and I'm betting your clutch centre will soon pop off.
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