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Lincoln LN-25 Pro8

05-19-2009, 11:41 AM
Woo Hoo just traded a guy out of a nearly new Lincoln LN-25 Pro suitcase wire welder to use with my portable welder (Lincoln Ranger 10,000 plus). I have been looking at these suitcas rigs for some time but havent had the 1800.00 to buy the welder then another 300.00 to buy a gunt to go with it. I traded him a 96 S-10 extended cab trruck that needed an engine for the suitcase rig. He really wanted the truck and I really wanted the welder.:lol:

05-19-2009, 02:43 PM
I have an LN-22 that I bought at a garage sale thinking I could use the gun but there is no way I can use it is it worth anything It looks like it has a new gun on it that is what cought my eye.

05-19-2009, 04:46 PM
Well I have one, it even has wire in it. It looks pretty bulky to be shipping but if anyone wants it. It is for sale. I have no since as to the value. I can send photos if any one is interested.

05-20-2009, 04:35 PM
Ebay is your best source to sell that item. get on and do a search to see if you could find one like it and see where its at (price). You may want to watch it for a while and see where they go. check with local welding supply place, they should be able to tell you what a good selling price should be. I would say used, good working condition, it should be worth 300-500 bucks easy. LN-25s are running 500-800 bucks used.

08-29-2009, 09:03 PM
thats the smaller version of the ln-25 for the 8 inch spools right? i guess that was a fair trade.

09-01-2009, 04:49 PM
Great swap!
The Lincoln LN-25 Pro is a perfect mate to a Lincoln Ranger 10,000 plus.
I have an engine drive welder and a suitcase wire feeder and love it.

A nice thing about the suitcase wirefeeders; they are usually rated 100% duty cycle.

A shop I worked at, had a Ranger 8 and a voltage sensing suitcase feeder that was super.
I was repairing grain trucks and would run longggg beads all day longggg.


09-01-2009, 07:08 PM
i have a voltage sensing feeder as well i love it. THe ln-25 pro is the normal size i am thinkin of the ln-15 my bad. so how do you lilke it. I just dont like my feeder on thinner material like 1/8 and below.