Flymo Lawnrake Compact 3400 Complete Metal Tine Set

Stock Number: ES1067739

Manufactured by Flymo

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (94 customers)

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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 (94 customers)
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    By - Northamptonshire

    The service from this Company was the best. Nothing to fault it. Would definitely use again, and recommend to friends.
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    By - London

    These tines are of really good quality and once you have sussed out the way to fit them, they are quite simple to install. Make sure that you use the correct tine (they are 'handed' so you have to use the correct ones). New securing screws are also supplied.
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    By - United Kingdom

    Thank you for your speedy delivery and how easy it was to find on your site. I have spent some weeks looking for these in Northern Ireland Thanks again Bernard

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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