yes the right tools and a little bit of time.
and an inch/pound torque wrench
Might as well change that seal while you are at it.
or get all the seals at once
get a big washer that will fit over the crank and a piece of pvc pipe that will do the same. I like to use Yamabond on that side on the outside of the seal. Place washer over seal and the use the pipe and a rubber mallet to tap it in place. Seat it flush with the case. Don't strip your stator screws either. Get a blunt tip screwdriver. They will strip otherwise. they're always in their good.
button it up and enjoy the ride. (edited)