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your procedure sounds close. i would diagnose those pistons as the ring catching a port due to worn cylinders or the ring land pins deteriated from wear and the rings caught a port.
if your intersted, i have two fresh cylinders, pistons, rings, pins and pin bearings that have been installed but never ran(fired). make you a deal if your interested.
clutch puller is the best way to go. you will find those threads on the clutch to be a 5/8" sae and i believe 16tpi.
as for the rebuild, pay attention as to how it all comes apart. label all the hardware, take pictures for reference. an eye for detail is required, lube all the parts well and dont cut any corners.
if you have to split the cases to change the seals, and i think you do, be careful not to damage them. thats probably one of the worst jobs on the rebuild and sometimes best left to experienced hands.