Flymo Lawnrake Compact 3400 Complete Metal Tine Set

Stock Number: ES1067739

Manufactured by Flymo

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Description

If your Flymo Lawnrake Compact 3400 isn't removing all the moss and thatch as it should, it may be time to think about replacing some of the metal tines. This set of replacements is a genuine Flymo product to fit select Flymo lawnrakers.

  • Includes: 42 metal tines

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (99 customers)
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    By - Cookham

    Well easy when you work it out! Original spares good price and arrived quickly. I wil use them again.
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    By - rg141pj

    looks like the genuine article. haven't tried to fit them yet. maybe more later.
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    By - Oxfordshire

    I found that it would have been good to have a "how to" video on fitting the new tines, as it was I had to go to the Flymo website to get the instructions and the drawings were quite vague. Once I had mastered removing the screw and rotating(with difficulty) the orange rotor it all became obvious. Probably fitted the 42 tines in under 30 minutes. Just remember that there are left and right handed tines. Think I could now fit these very quickly.

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  • Q how to fit tines 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - manchester - 06 September 2013

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      It looks like the orange parts move out of the way to release the tines and then move back to lock into place.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 September 2013

  • Q How do fit tines 0 Answers

    By george - 16 July 2013