Garelli KL100 - removing the clutch assembly

Hello, I recently bought a Garelli KL 100 and am in the process of getting it back on the road. I'm having trouble getting the clutch base off. Is it held on with a taper? What's the best way to get it off, should I use a puller, or is there a nut holding it on from the other side, in which case do I need to remove the entire kickstart assembly? If I do need to remove it with a puller, would a simple three armed puller do the trick?

Here is the clutch base in question:


and a closeup:


Thanks for your help -

Alex in Sacramento

Re: Garelli KL100 - removing the clutch assembly

Alex Z. /

Sorry all, here is another attempt at posting pics:

and a closeup:

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