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AC Clutch Removal 1985 98 3.8

1985 Oldmobiles 98 Regency 3.8 L V6 Gas Engine

Attempted to replace the bearing for the AC Clutch. Succesfully removed the belt and the nut that holds on the clutch hub. When trying to remove the hub the only thing I did was succeed in bending it. Spent almost 4 hours and wasnt able to remove it.

I referenced the Haynes manual and several websites and was not able to gain any insite. I reassmbled it and removed the AC fuse so i dont accidentally turn it in and engage the compressor.

How do I remove the hub to get to the clutch/bearing? Obviously I will replace the hub now in addition to the bearing. Any help appriciated. Pics would be great. Thanks so much
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