So I started chasing an oil leak problem and landed here - something probably unrelated to the oil leak - unless the clutch cover O-ring was leaking.
I discovered most of the instructional info for clutches doesn't cover the SOCA clutch. For example, my clutch isn't castellated.
I only removed the wheel - not the brake cover. After removing the shock and lowering the engine a bit to give me slightly more real estate I was able to access my clutch retaining nut with a 17 mm socket and using one of the three small clutch cover bolts for leverage with a screwdriver and the slats in the side of the clutch remove that nut. Now I'm going to build a compression tool with a bolt, nut and washers and take the clutch apart.
I expect I will just replace the steel and cork plates and springs (if I have springs?), the O-ring and any other small misc parts. I don't have high hopes that this will solve my oil leak but I think I was ready for a new clutch.
I'm guessing the oil is coming from some connection at the tank or piping or from over filling although I don't know where it would leak from over filling? Fresh oil was leaking from somewhere "above" I think and onto the top of the rear side of my muffler and onto the ground. But more on the clutch side of the muffler. It seemed to be slightly less, maybe, when I would close the fuel valve?