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Dynafit Heel Pieces

Brand: Dynafit
Model: Dynafit Parts
Shipping: FREE*
Availability: In Stock
Price: From $89.95
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If you already have ten toes, you might consider getting some heels to match. The Dynafit binding heel pieces can be used to replace borked ones, build an unsanctioned super binding, or be stashed in your collection of other unusual parts. It's also not a bad idea to have a backup plan if you're planning an extended stay in a remote place. See the table below for details.

Weight (g) Weight (oz) Sold With
Low Tech Race 48 1.7 No screws
Expedition 56 2.0 No screws
Speed Superlite 126 4.4 No screws
Superlite 2.0 101 3.5 No screws
Speed Turn 199 7.0 4 screws
Speed Radical* 217 7.6 4 screws
Radical ST / FT 155** 5.5** No baseplates, brakes, or screws

Please note that heel pieces are sold individually, not as a pair. If you have two feet, you might want two heels. Also, Dynafit does not include screws with all replacement heels, but they can be found in our listing for parts.

* The Speed Radical heels are current as of 2015/16 and include the new anti-rotation mechanism.

** The Radical ST/FT heels do not come with baseplates since those are integrated with the brakes.

2/23/2017
Question from Bjornar
 
Hey,
Which heel piece will fit reasonably with the speed radical toe piece that weighs less than the original speed radical heel tower? I have been using a la sportiva rt heel piece but these have broken on me and I want a bomber (and reasonably light) heel piece to match with the speed radical toes. Thanks!
2/23/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Bjornar, you could try something like a Plum Race 150 heel on a Kreuzspitze 14mm plate (same hole pattern as Speed Radical).
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2/15/2017
Question from Markus Geiss
 
Does the Radical ST heel piece come with springs and end caps?

Thanks,
2/16/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Markus. Yup, the dual springs and end cap are in there, but no base plate.
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2/12/2017
Question from CVT
 
will the speed turn heel pieces work to replace comfort heel pieces?
2/12/2017
Answer from eric
 
Hi CVT speed turn will fit into the same holes as your comfort heels.
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2/3/2017
Question from James
 
Do you have instructions for swapping the heel piece on the Radical ST 2.0? I can't get my old one off the brake / base assembly!
2/3/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi James, the key is to turn it 180 degrees so it's facing backward. Then it will lift off.
2/3/2017
Answer from James J
 
Hi - thanks for the reply, but I can't see how to turn it 180 degrees; the metal clip which locks the brakes in the up position while touring stops the heel piece rotating around this far (it physically doesn't fit). I've tried all other possible rotations and no joy.
2/7/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi James, it'll go 180, don't be shy. Hold down the brake and go for it.
2/7/2017
Answer from James J
 
Yep I figured it out, thanks. The trick was to partially depress the brake, and then it all fits perfectly - there's a sweet spot. The mind boggles at the design that goes in to designing these things; true 3D chess!
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1/31/2017
Question from Marcus
 
Speed radical heel update...this was asked last year though an update would be helpful. Do the speed radical heel pieces come with the metal plate, stronger screws and reinforced housing? Thank you.
2/9/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Marcus, the heel pieces have stronger screws and reinforced housings but haven't gotten the metal plate update yet! Should be sometime this summer that we see that update.
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11/28/2016
Question from Neil
 
Wondering if there is an older Dynafit heel piece that has the same hole configuration as the latest TLT Radical ST 2.0 bindings? I'm looking for a spare heel piece for my repair kit. Same for the toe piece? Thanks
11/28/2016
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Neil, unfortunately that hole pattern is unique to the Radical 2.0 and won't match any other toe, heel, or adjustment plate. We do sell the toes and heels individually though, why not just carry another one of each of those if you're worried about something? Check our article about Binding Hole Patterns if you have any further questions.
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10/21/2016
Question from Scott S
 
Do you know of any way to increase the step-in resistance of the RC1 heel piece?

It clicks in with less than body weight (<150#) which makes for potentially awkward race transitions if it happens at the wrong time.

Any ideas? Thanks.
10/21/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Scott, that's a hard thing to change. I'd just flip them up last!
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9/16/2016
Question from Michael
 
Related to a previous question of mine, is the Superlight 2.0 white heel going to be available for purchase as a stand-alone?
9/16/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Michael, not this season unfortunately. And neither will the spring itself be available.
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3/15/2016
Question from keith
 
I have a pair of radical st bindings. The heel piece has failed and it seems to be a reoccurring issue. Could I replace the readical st heels with speed turn heels and keep the radical toe pieces? Same hole pattern? Same ramp angle? Can I put the radical brakes on the speed turn heels?
3/15/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Keith, send us a picture of your heel piece and we'll get it sorted through Dynafit. Yes, you can use the Turn heels with those toes and without re-drilling. No brakes, however. Pin heights are listed here.
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2/25/2016
Question from Michael M
 
Question about the Speed Radical heels.
Hi,

I was reading on wildsnow about the newest (as of Feb 2016) Speed Radical heel pieces. Apparently they have an extra metal plate on top of the heel for reinforcement.

Are your stock this newest version?

Looking to maybe upgrade to the very newest heel pieces. Don't want any issues in the future. I contacted Dynafit but they directed me to a dealer for a specific part number.
2/26/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Michael, I'm told all stock in North America is v.4 with stronger screws, but no metal plate. Our inspections support that statement.
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