Don't automatically assume the PK makes the best, or even a good, clustered index, in particular if the PK is an identity column.
You need to review the existing index usage, missing index info (but don't blindly accept what it says!), and understand the most common query type(s) on that table before deciding on the correct clustered index column(s).
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