Sahara, what does the kit include? If it is only the center spring and flyweights it does not require any locktite.
It is easier to perform with the clutch removed and level on a bench but you can do installed, just be sure to align all the bolts as they were to begin with.
Now we have a challange, If it has two different springs, one needs to replace the driven clutch spring and that takes some special tools.
If you can remove the clutches, the primary is easy to replace the parts, take the secondary to your dealer to replace that spring. They shouldn't charge too much, it's short labor,
Clutch kit is in , found its not nessasary to take off the primary. Install is actually pretty easy.
Changing the weights, I used a magnet to make it easier. Found some of the pins holding the weights with some rust on them, so I cleaned them up with a demel before putting the new weights on the clutch.