Porter-Cable 75182 Variable Speed Router Motor

  • High-powered router motor generates five speeds: 10,000, 13,000, 16,000, 19,000 and 21,000 RPM
  • 3-1/4 HP peak ensures consistent speed
  • Completely sealed ball bearing construction for durability
  • Weighs 14.4 pounds
  • Can replace motor in Router Model 7518; also works with 7500 Series Fixed Base Model 75361

Amazon.com Product Description
Able to achieve five speeds (10,000, 13,000, 16,000, 19,000 and 21,000 RPM), the Porter-Cable 75182 can handle a wide variety of home improvement projects. This rotor motor operates at a peak power of 3-1/4 horsepower to ensure consistent speed levels, and its completely sealed ball bearing construction combines with its machined aluminum motor housing to provide long term durability. For added convenience, the 75182 can be used as a replacement motor for… More >>

Porter-Cable 75182 Variable Speed Router Motor

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  1. This is the second Porter-Cable router I have had and they are great work horses. My only critique is that it is very loud. I use it on a CNC and it runs for an hour sometimes. I wish it could be made to be quieter.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. The Porter Cable router motor took about 10 days to get here, and when I opened the box the motor was not in a Porter Cable box it was loose in a freud box and not even in a plastic bag. So some of the packing was in and around the inside of the fan motor, and also the power cord was cut by the motor moving around in the box. The second one was better but the switch and the strainrelief was not the same as the first motor. I hope the second one is a new motor.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. I’ve been reading router review articles and web sources for some time now. I bought this model, because the PC7518 is obviously the industry standard high-power router to stick in a router table. All the accessories, router lifts, etc. come standard for this model. For me, it’s too big and heavy to use in hand, so there was no reason to get (and pay for) a fixed- or plunge-base — I just wanted the motor, and that’s what the 75182 model is. Mine is going into the router table and staying there, so it’s the best choice for me.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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