I got the PTO clutch off and started on removing the flywheel. Going to fab a puller as the one I normally use doesn't bolt up as well as I would like.
When you start to take the PTO clutch off make sure you remove both sets of set screws in the clutch housing, I almost missed that and Daniel put me on the right path.The second set holds the first set from backing off the shaft.
This engine was out in the weather for long time before I got it. So I soaked all the set screws overnight with PB blaster. I then got a needle nosed long punch that would fit inside the set screw and gave it 3 or 4 good taps with a hammer.
The set screw wouldn't budge so I used a small brazing tip on the torch to heat up the clutch housing.
As soon as I got done heating them up, they broke loose.
I didn't take a picture but I did use a bottoming tap to clean the threads before I backed the screws all the way out. Here is the clutch assembly all apart and off the engine.