Occasionally you may lose a tooth from your rake. The teeth are easy to replace – gently knock out the remains (if any) of the old tooth and knock in a new in one.
Please Note: the diameter of the rake teeth has decreased in newer rakes (last two years). Please measure the hole you are trying to fill or one of the other teeth in the rake to make sure our teeth will fit.
If the tooth has been missing for a while the hole may have narrowed. If you find it hard to get the new tooth in, the end of the tooth can be sanded or whittled back as necessary.