Yes its a shame that a gauge that cost $35 2 years ago is now $100.Is it? They have a $69 model a $100 one and one for 400. The analog longacre is $50 something. Tell you what I’ll buy the $100 model and have people set pressure using the $300 intercomp and see what the longacre reads
Ok then...but not 2 years ago.
This is what happens when the clueless think raising the minimum wage to 15 and hour won't effect anything^ Exactly!
Chromoly went up 50% in just 2 months at one point last year. Welding rod (TiG) jumped too. I haven't had to order wire in a while, but I suspect that's the biggest factor in chassis manufacturing. And don't even get me started on tire prices (Burris & Hoosier.) HUGE increases and drastic drop in availability. The result is that a price of sets of cut tires has gone up $100 in the last year alone.
I suspect you've got a short time before the housing market tanks (feds raising interest at an alarming rate to try to avoid the inevitable recession that's about to hit our country.)
Not a prophet or the son of a prophet, but I don't see this economy getting any better for quite some time.