Clark C500 SERIES:
C500-55 tilt cylinder removal

How do I go about removing the rear pins on the tilt cylinders?
I have removed the horizontal pin and see the flats on the inside qhere the grease fitting is Does this mean they thread in or are they just stuck and need a little KROIL persuasion?
Thanks
  • Posted 1 Nov 2023 15:51
  • Discussion started by Doug_Baker
  • Michigan, United States
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No problem, glad you got it !
  • Posted 11 May 2024 04:14
  • Reply by John_Bradley
  • Texas, United States
Jb69
Hi John, I finally got around to fixing my tilt cylinders and really appreciated your help and advice. Thanks again, Doug Baker
  • Posted 11 May 2024 03:21
  • Reply by Doug_Baker
  • Michigan, United States
Hi John, mine only had a cotter pin pushed into the hole to retain the pin. Sorta figured that wasn't factory. ??
Don't see where to get between the frame and clevis as its welded to the side rail do you mean use the heel bar on the head where the grease fitting is?
Call me if you wish at your convenience at 248-789-4323 and I csn send a few pictures if I have to. Thanks again, Doug
  • Posted 3 Nov 2023 06:52
  • Reply by Doug_Baker
  • Michigan, United States
The pins should have a ring around them that a flat piece of metal fits in that is held in by a bolt once you remove these then take a heel bar place against frame and push pin out far enough to grab with a big pair of channel locks then pull pin out.if the unit wasn't greased regularly the it may be a little tougher
Once the pin is out put a bar under back of cyl and pry it up and out of the cradle
  • Posted 3 Nov 2023 06:08
  • Reply by John_Bradley
  • Texas, United States
Jb69

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