Probably should not post this but here goes.
Years ago before I owned the proper A/C clutch pulling tools I had a clutch rubbing on my 86 Cutlass. I knew the clutch was just pressed on and only needed a small gap between the clutch and the pulley to stop the noise.
I picked up a thin bladed putty knife and a dead blow plastic hammer and taped the putty knife in between the clutch and the pulley. I rotated the clutch and taped the putty knife in all the way around.
That was the last time that clutch scraped when the compressor was off.
Stock 96 Regal 3800 II