Get a quality pressure gauge. Most important. I haven't had any luck
with the two digitals I bought, but I really like the dial ones.
I would be ashamed to let someone look in the drawer where I keep air
fittings, tire valves, and gauges.
"Why do you have so many?" someone might say. <G>
Well, we have a GMC 2500HD, an S-10 Blazer, a Lincoln MKZ, a Hyundai Accent,
a Holiday Rambler TT, a 2 ton capacity utility trailer, 2 wheel barrows, a
hand truck and 2 bicycles.
And you're right; the dial gauges are the best. I have 2 from Accu-gauge.
The rest are only good for "approximate". <G>
The above table use would be the reason for my pick of the DW 625. It
isn't too big and bulky, and even at 3hp it isn't any bigger or
heavier than my PC 7529, which is only 2 1/4(?) or so hp.
The 625 has a low center of gravity making it easy to use out of the
But I agree with your other router pic. I have a Bosch 1618EVS (the D
handle brother to the 1617 series) and it is by far and away my
favorite router for a single pick.
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