Removing the case requires the removal of the flywheel. I managed to get the bolt out with no special tools. The flywheel has a larger diameter hole where a puller would go. I was about to resign myself to a flywheel puller witch hunt when I glanced over at Garth's bike, also in pieces, and saw his rear axle bolt.
I screwed in the bolt until it put enough pressure on the crank to pop off the flywheel. Thanks Garth!
The case has been welded by a friend. I had to file down the excess slag and get it to lay flat again. Gaskets should be in any day now. I have RTV sealant standing by.