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It would have enough pressure, but not very much flow, so although it would probably lift okay, it would be slow.
What I did one time was take the "can reservoir" off and made an aluminum "manifold" with fittings and then used an extrernal reservoir. In my case, the pump can was held on by 3 bolts, so I could bolt the manifold back on in it's place. You could then use a larger tank to hold the volume needed to extend your cylinders. If you have a loader with the reservoir built into the frame, it would help.
The cylinder diameter on your loader will determine the speed also.
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