Pressure is dependent on the relief valve in the system. Most I have messed with are in the 2500PSI range but I have seen them higher. That pump can if you have the relief valve to do so go upwards of 4000PSI. That all said good chance you can use the 2500psi cylinder but unless you check your system with a gauge who know how some one may have adjusted it
Re: vickers pump PSI and HYD cylinder in reply to wmiller, 01-23-2014 20:22:33
What I di is use a simple hyd pressure gauge then you know for sure. I have one in my shop set up wit ha quick connect on it but can also put it in line most any place. Always better to be safe then sorry and with pressures in the 2500psi plus something going wrong can cost you your life
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