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Dynafit Binding Parts

Brand: Dynafit
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A broken part should not cause a broken heart. Just replace it! If you don't see a binding part on our growing Dynafit list, please contact us and we'll try to get it for you. Note we have separate listings for toes, heels, and brakes.

LTR Steel Forks (pair) - Sturdy steel forks for the Low Tech Race are more resistant to notching and easier to enter.

LTR Titanium Forks (pair) - Ultralight and strong titanium forks for the Low Tech Race.

LTR / Superlite Crampon Clip - The little bit of metal that ski crampons slide into plus screws to secure it.

Speed Superlite Toe Lever - The black plastic toe lever and associated simple wire spring.

Speed Radical Toe Lever - The white plastic toe lever, spring, and leash loop. Can be used for ST/FT and Speed Turn as well.

Speed Radical Heel Base - Adjustable base with tower that holds Speed Rad heel housings. Old version with non-shearing anti-rotation pin.

Speed Radical Antitwist - Fix for heels that rotate while in touring mode. Mounted underneath the binding. Price is for a pair.

RV 10 Spring Set - Inner and outer springs for one heel piece with a 10 release value. Speed Turn or Radical series.

Radical Crampon Receptor - The attachments that screw onto the toe pieces of all Radical series bindings.

Radical Rotation Locks (pair) - The plastic clips integrated into Radical brakes that prevent the heel unit from rotating while touring (with mini screws).

Radical ST Heel Base - Original Radical base plates that accept removeable brakes.

Radical ST Toe Plate - The plastic riser plate under the Radical ST toe piece, also works to shim the Speed Radical.

Radical ST/FT Toe Lever - The black plastic toe lever and pin to hold it, also known as an Excenter.

Radical FT Toe Plate - Almost the same plate as above, but not quite; specifically for the Radical FT.

Radical FT Connector Plate - The stiffening connector between the toe and heel, complete with a shock absorbing lockout.

Radical 2.0 Toe Plate - The front rotation unit under the toe of the Radical 2.0 and Beast 14 bindings.

Radical FT 2.0 Toe Plate Extensions - The support platforms around FT 2.0 toes that distribute force over a wider area.

Radical FT 2.0 Heel Plate Extensions - Similar to the toe extentions, these distribute force over a greater area on Radical 2.0 heels.

Vertical ST Toe Plate - The plastic riser plate under the Vertical ST and TLT Comfort toe pieces.

Vertical ST Heel Plate - The back plate with tower to hold the main housing, adjustable fore and aft.

Vertical ST/FT Climbing Aid - The roof of the Vertical heel pieces with the triangular prism riser. White.

Vertical FT Toe Plate - Long grey plastic toe plate that reaches half-way to the heel piece.

TLT Speed Toe Plate - The plastic riser plate under the TLT Speed toe piece. Comes with special length screws.

TLT Speed Nubbin - The little rubber knob on top of the climbing aid and associated bolts.

TLT Speed Climbing Aid - Metal roof with climbing post that sits atop TLT Speed heels, with screws.

Thimble Bushing - The yellow caps that hide deep inside the heel units on Dynafit bindings, into which the lateral release springs slide.

Adjusting Screw - The big grey circular screw cap that adjusts the lateral release on the heel unit of Dynafit bindings.

Brake Retainer - The metal "H" shaped clip that secures brakes onto Vertical, Comfort and first generation Radical bindings.

Titanium Screw - Ultralight and strong screw for mounting Low Tech Race and Speed Superlite bindings. Sold individually.

12.5mm Torx Screws - For mounting Low Tech Race & Speed Superlite bindings, plus Speed Radical toe pieces.

15.5mm Torx Screws - The Radical 2.0 mounting screws, toe and heel.

19mm Torx Screws - For mounting Radical ST/FT & Vertical ST/FT toe pieces. Also used for shimming Speed Rads & Turns.

Pan-head Torx Screws - For mounting all Radical & Vertical heel pieces, except the Speed Radical from 2014/15 on.

16.5mm Pan-head Screws - Torx pan-heads for Speed Rads with the anti-rotation peg, which started shipping in 2014/15 and is 1mm higher.

5.5mm Heel Spacer - The white plastic shim used to set the heel gap on Radical, Vertical, & Superlite bindings.

4mm Heel Spacer - The yellow plastic stick used for Low Tech Race and older touring bindings.

Beast Heel Riser - The flip up/down heel riser built for the Beast binding.

2/22/2017
Question from Richard S
 
Hi Jason and Crew,
Does or did Dynafit make a metal crampon attachment clip for the Speed Turn 1.0 (5-hole toes)? The plastic ones look so flimsy and I would like to replace it.
2/22/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Richard, unfortunately not. There is only the one option.
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2/17/2017
Question from Lars
 
I need an adjustment screw for my radical st (1st gen) bindings (The ones that makes it possible to adjust binding sizes- located under the heel piece). Which of these parts do i need. Also- is it a hassle to change this? The old one is almost without any patterns.
2/18/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Lars, do you mean adjust for different boot sizes? You'll need a whole new baseplate. We have a couple in a our used section.
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2/13/2017
Question from Kawika
 
Hello,
Do you guys know where I could find tlt st climbing aid?
Thanks,
kawika
2/14/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Kawika! I think you're referring to the Radical ST, correct? If the roof is broken you'll likely need a new heel piece. Send me an email at help@skimo.co with a picture of the part you are referring to and I might be able to get you some more info!
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2/11/2017
Question from Daniel
 
I'm looking for a couple Radical ST Toe Plates to shim a set of Speed Radicals with a factory look. I don't see them listed in the drop down. Do you happen to have any lying around?
2/12/2017
Answer from eric
 
Hey Daniel we dont currently have those shims on stock. You can use a B&D shim or keep checking back, as we might get some later in the season.
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1/26/2017
Question from Dave Combs
 
I need a Dynafit ski brake retaining clip. The following website contains a picture of the part,
https://www.wildsnow.com/10742/dynafit-radical-vertical-comfort-bindings-brake-removal-install/

Thanks

Dave Combs
1/26/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Dave, we have a couple here, listed as Brake Retainer.
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1/26/2017
Question from Jeremy G
 
Hey I'm looking for mounting screws for my speed turns. Which ones should I get? Thanks. And I think it's awesome that you sell individual parts like this.
1/26/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Jeremy, for the Turns you need 8 or 10 12.5mm Torx screws (depending on 1.0 or 2.0 version), and 8 Pan-head Torx screws.
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1/23/2017
Question from Misha
 
I forgot to include the crampon receptors when I mounted a pair of radical ST toes. Is there any reason I shouldnt ski these without the receptors? Thanks!
1/23/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Misha, you should be fine, I wouldn't worry. The crampon receptor only helps the rear (closest to the tail) toe piece screws sit flush with the top sheet, but if you are worried about structural integrity things are A-Ok!
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1/16/2017
Question from eric
 
do the radical st toe plates come with longer screws as well? also do you get a pair or just 1?
1/16/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Eric, the toe plates are sold individually without screws.
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1/8/2017
Question from Mike
 
Hi jbo, so what I'm wondering is if the TLT is the same as the TLT Speed. The ski tech tells me my toe pieces are Dynafit TLTs. I'm wondering if the TLT speed is the same or different.
1/8/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mike, Dynafit has used the TLT initialism for a number of products. You might want to send us a photo to be sure.
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1/6/2017
Question from Mike
 
I have the Dynafit TLT toe pieces (5 bolt pattern). I'm looking for a shim for the toe. Is this equivalent to the TLT Speed Toe Plates that you have listed?
1/6/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mike, the Speed Toe plates are the plastic that the metal wings sit on. They don't lift the binding further than stock, they are stock. For shims, check out the B&D ones.
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