Well it would seem that no one had a reply. So, I will reply to my self (I spend a lot of time talking to myself anyway) Yes, if you do not want to remove the entire room from your 5er and pull the cylinders out of the end of the tubes you will have to cut a 3inch wide by 30inch long opening inth bottom of the 4inch square tubing in order to get the hydraulic cylinders out. Mine ended up having a blown seal in the end of one of the cylinders.
next you will have to package them up and ship them to CCI hydraulics in KY to have them rebuilt. There is a 2 week turn around on this. on the up side once you do this your cylinders will always be accessable. I made stainless steel cover plates to go over the openings that I created.
So, thanks for all the help
.......And maybe this will help someone else.