I would add the DW626 (269) and the DW625EK (229) inc fha. to your list. The 626 is a beast and would be just the job in a table. The consensus of opinion on the SFX site is that the Trend T9 is not up to trade use but the DW's are.davejester":572kmx2h said:If money was no issue which would you get: PC7539 / Triton / Trend T9
I always thought that the CMT and the Trend T9 were the same. But it is Friday.SimonA":3pt84pc6 said:Howdy fellas....The CMT is the same as the bigger DeWalts just in another loud colour:
I know, too late, but fwiw sometimes it pays to look at the banner ads on this site... (not the Xpress Construction one, the other one) :wink:davejester":3jammgzy said:I was a bit wary about the PC because Rutlands appears to be the only place to get it from.
The one you're looking at is the old model 1,850 and yes you're right the plunge is 64mm. But, if you look at the new 2,000 watt you will see the increased plunge depth of 80mm.NeilCFD":2fvxmt9w said:I'm not sure about your figure for the plunge depth for the DW625EK - I am sure it is 64mm, the same as the (identical I think) CMT 1850.
You're way, way, way too kind and obviously mistaken about me.NeilCFD":1u79kyan said:Ah, thanks Neil - I should have known by now that you wouldn't have got it wrong!