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  1. Lincoln Classic 300 HE Kubota T4 Ready-Pak Welder Generator (K2387-5)

    Regular Price: $19,578.00

    Special Price: $16,950.00

  2. Lincoln Classic 300 HE Kubota T4 One-Pak Welder Generator (K2386-5)

    Regular Price: $19,350.00

    Special Price: $16,750.00

  3. Lincoln Classic 300 HE Kubota T4 Welder Generator (K3198-1)

    Regular Price: $15,628.00

    Special Price: $13,450.00

  4. Lincoln Ranger 305D One-Pak Welder Generator (K2352-5)

    Regular Price: $12,824.00

    Special Price: $11,750.00

  5. Lincoln Ranger 305D Welder Generator (K1727-4)
    $8,950.00

  6. Lincoln Viking 3350 Series Twisted Metal Auto Darkening Welding Helmet
  7. Lincoln LC65 Replacement Torch (K2848-1)

    Regular Price: $700.00

    Special Price: $595.00

  8. Lincoln LC40 Replacement Torch (K2847-1)

    Regular Price: $496.00

    Special Price: $445.00

  9. Lincoln Viking Pivot Replacement Headgear Kit (KP3908-1)
  10. Lincoln Full-KVA Adapter Kit (K1816-1)

    Regular Price: $183.00

    Special Price: $175.00

  11. Lincoln Dual Cylinder Inverter and Wire Feeder Cart (K3059-5)
  12. Lincoln Fleetweld 47 (7014) 5/32 inch Electrode 50lb Carton (ED010193)
  13. Lincoln Fleetweld 47 (7014) 1/8 inch Electrode 50lb Carton (ED010183)
  14. Lincoln Fleetweld 47 (7014) 3/32 inch Electrode 50lb Carton (ED010189)
  15. Lincoln Fleetweld 37 (6013) 5/32 inch Electrode 50lb Carton (ED010165)
  16. Lincoln Fleetweld 37 (6013) 1/8 inch Electrode 50lb Carton (ED010153)

Welding Supplies from IOC, a division of Indiana Oxygen Company, is proud to announce that we are now participating in Lincoln's Money Matters Plus program. Shop our inventory of Lincoln Welding and Plasma Equipment knowing that select machines are now eligible for a cash rebate, free Lincoln gear, or an extended warranty. The previous program was originally only available to local welding supply house, but Lincoln has now opened this to authorized internet dealers.

Lincoln Electric Company had its humble beginnings in 1895 producing electric motors. By 1911, Lincoln introduced the first variable voltage, single operator, portable welding machine; the first in the world! Throughout their history, Lincoln Electric equipment has been involved in war-time efforts, market innovations and global expansion. In the last few years, Lincoln has made investments in companies all over the world as they continue their drive to make "RED" the color of the world's welding equipment.

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