Flymo Lawnrake Compact 3400 Complete Metal Tine Set

Stock Number: ES1067739

Manufactured by Flymo

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Flymo Lawnrale Compact 3400 Complete Metal Tyne Set

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. These new tines will help ensure a better performance from your lawnraker, so your garden will soon be looking the way you hope.


  • Includes: 42 metal tines

Genuine spare part suitable for select models of Flymo lawnrakers.

Please check the suitable model fit list to ensure that this is the correct part for your appliance.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (104 customers)
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  • exactly what I expected

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    By - Bedfordshire

    The parts were just right. However I couldn't find the video to explain how to fit them. Luckily I still had the instructions that came with the lawnrake.
  • Excellent purchase!

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    By - Chesterfield

    Around 5 tines had broken on my Flymo lawnraker so I decided to change all the tines and keep the unbroken old ones for spares. The new ones were very easy to replace and fit.
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    By - On the drier side of england

    Genuine Flymo part. A quick look at videos gives all the pointers to watch out for, ie accesss to, and direction of fit. Armed with the info the `tines` are easy to fit. They now work well in situ.

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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