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Grainger carries products to help maintain low-, medium-, and high-pressure hydraulic filtration systems. Swapping out a used pump strainer for a new one helps eliminate unwanted contaminants and prevent machinery from clogging up. Help keep dirt and other sediments out of filtration systems by replacing old hydraulic filters regularly. Help protect your equipment and working environment with the right hydraulic filters, oil test kits and strainers from Grainger.

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This can be done you need some kind of exhaust filter for the port that is not being used for pressure, it is not recommended because if your piston seals fail you will be spraying oil everywhere. This could be a fire hazard.

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Yes it will but keep in mind a larger cylinder will take more GPM's so it will opperate slower. you pressure will do the work. so to answer your question yes it will.

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