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I thought of one more thing you might watch out for while doing this. When you remove the clutch slave cylinder from the sprocket cover, the cutch actuation pushrod is free to be removed. You shouldn't need to take it out, but if it does come out a little bit or is removed completely, it can go back into the housing cocked and then jam up your clutch lever. I've heard of a couple incidences of this.
It's no big deal as it won't hurt anyting, but its kinda crappy to do the job, put it all back together and have to tear it apart again to fix this. Just keep you eye on it as you disassemble everything.
Old enough to know better, still too young to care!!!