It is super easy. Takes a socket and extension and a universal joint to get the cover off. Don’t mess with taking the wheel off. Hardest part is you might need a specific clutch puller that I bought from JD dealer. But the clutch doc worked on mine after dealer “repaired and cleaned” it. It’s never had a problem since. Runs perfect
Since I had taken the cover off a few times and now know where the bolts are, I would say it took me about an hr to get the cover off, pull the clutch with the puller, put the new one on, and reinstall the belt and cover. All done with machine on ground and wheel on. No need to jack it up and take the wheel off. Just takes some patience the first time.