I am jealous of your wayI don't know about measurements... Never use them.
Not even with a mousetrap.
I just push the lever, using the adjuster screw in te middle, as far out as it goes, then back it out 1 turn or a bit, enough so the release finger is not putting pressure on the bearing.
Then adjust the clutch cable so there's a bit of movement on the clutch lever.. Again so the bearing is not under pressure.
Nuts on the pressure plate... I tighten them up till kicking doesn't make it spin.
Go for a ride and adjust till operates nicely.
My shop is almost entirely original pieces and the first series of flat side shovels with electric start - solid outer primary - dual exhaust crossing over said outer primary - and mouse traps - i cant do anything your way and if we dont hit it its another 2 1/2 hours to make another adjustment -
Some have the life