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Stuck clutch on David Bradley

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I parked my David Bradley the shed a couple of months ago and today I went to start it and the clutch is stuck together. I hammered[:0] on it and heated it with a torch and I cant get it apart. Is there any kind of spray stuff that will loosen it? I don't want to ruin the clutch pads. I also tried loosening the setscrew on the outer plate and turning it with a pipe wrench like you would to adjust it but it wont budge. It is not stuck to the pulley, just the to the outer plates.

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