It's been awhile, but I seem to remember using a large bolt (5/8"-11 maybe) in the center bolt hole to force the clutch away from the compressor. There should be threads in the clutch hole for this. And I think I had to make a spanner wrench to hold the clutch still while I did it (had two little tabs that stuck into the holes on the face of the clutch). If nobody can confirm (or deny) this for you by tomorrow, I'll go up to where my fastback is stored and refresh my memory.
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