yeah, there are two bolts that hold them to the cylinder. remove them two bolts and remove the assembly.
if the slide is coated in carbon you can soak them in gas or diesel fuel overnight, or some oven cleaner. then with a soft wood scraper or towel wipe them clean, do not use anything abrassive like wire wheel, emery cloth......
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Once the valves are cleaned you will also want to check that the they are operating correctly outside of the sled. Press the valve back into the valve assembly and then place your thumb over the hole in the valve cap. The valve should come out a bit and then hold its position. If it drops all the way out, the bellows will have a pinhole or rip in it and they will need to be replaced.
Before putting the valve back into the sled you need to check that the passage from the cylinder to the bellows is not blocked. Turn your clutches so the piston is at bottom, dead center. Place a small airgun on the passage and try to blow air through it. If no air goes through, you'll need to poke a small piece of wire in through the passage to clear it.