Now that the Clark is running and driving, I just received the hydraulic seal kits. I removed the first tilt cylinder and removed the gland nut, which tightens against a metal plate to retain the gland assembly- but I'm having trouble pulling the gland out...with the cylinder stretched out by my stacker (which has no problem toting a bridgeport) it moves out about 1/16", then back in when pull is released. Adding 100psi air at the same time(I know, dangerous, but done with the nut backed way off to catch it) did nothing. The air and stacker combined equal about 3000lbs of pulling force. The piston seal inside and the gland seal are both leaking badly, or I would have used the forklift hydraulics to push it out, but I want to avoid the oil gusher that would result. I'm contemplating using a pressure washer to pop this thing out but figured I'd look for tips before I do that. I'd put the gland nut partially back on with enough slack for it to move. The rod moves in and out fine. There are no pin holes in the face of the gland (and no reason for it to be threaded as the cap is what holds it on, plus it is moving, though very slightly) So what say you?