Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)
Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)

Lincoln LF-74 Wire Feeder (K2426)

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The LF-74 wire feeders are designed for MIG and flux cored wire welding in heavy manufacturing environments. These rugged feeders are built for reliability and high duty cycles. The LF-74 feeders include the Maxtrac heavy-duty cast aluminum wire drive system, brass-to-brass gun connections, and fully tool-less drive roll and wire guide changeouts.

What's Included - Please see "specs" tab for full details on each package.

Quick Specs
• Input Power: 24-42 VAC | 50/60 Hz | 9 Amps
• Duty Cycle: 60% @ 600 Amps
• Wire Feed Range: 50-800 IPM
• Wire Size Range: Solid - .023-1/16 | Cored - .030-5/64

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