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Will a 1950 WD run a 3.5x8 cylinder?

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48C-MAN

05-24-2014 11:07:12
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Just wondering if my 1950 WD has the capacity to run a 3.5x8 cylinder or if I need to get a 2x8.




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Aaron SEIA

05-24-2014 16:16:33
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 Re: Will a 1950 WD run a 3.5x8 cylinder? in reply to 48C-MAN, 05-24-2014 11:07:12  
It'll do it, but you need to be careful not to put full pressure on the cylinder when it's fully extended. WD hydraulics run around 3,500 psi at a pretty low flow. As long as the cylinder is rated for 3,500 psi or greater, you'll be ok. Smaller diameter would be better as it'd go faster.

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JMS/.MN

05-24-2014 11:43:20
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 Re: Will a 1950 WD run a 3.5x8 cylinder? in reply to 48C-MAN, 05-24-2014 11:07:12  
Tractors can run any cylinder as long as pressure is compatible. With the WD high pressure cylinder, you need a cyl that can handle about 3200 psi. With its low volume pump, the bigger the cyl, the slower the speed. Plus, the sump capacity limits the oil supply.



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