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Aski Adjustment Plates

Brand: Aski
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The Aski adjustment plates let you move otherwise-fixed Dynafit-style ski bindings. This lets you use multiple boots or can help work around existing drill holes in your ski. The adjustment plates rely on bolt-tension to hold the toes or heels in place. Specialized bolts screw into jam nuts under the plates.

  • Radical Toe plate works with any four-hole binding with a 30mm width. See patterns.
  • LTR / Superlite 1.0 heels are for Dynafit Low Tech Race 1.0 and Superlite 1.0 bindings.
  • All plates are sold in pairs and come with jam nuts, but are currently shipping without bolts.
  • Toe mounting pattern is 40 x 91 (mm WxL), heel is 26 x 54; same as Dynafit, see plates.
9/16/2019
by Pete (used product regularly)
 
These are excellent if you live close to a hardware store, and work well with hand tools. Otherwise steer clear. Very high quality machining on the part of Aski, and work with all toes that are 30mm wide.
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3/6/2019
Question from JohnB
 
Will the Kreuzspitze bolts for the LTR Superlite heel work with the Aski adjustment plate for the Superlite 1 heel? I bought an Aski adjustment plate for Superlite 1 heels that came without any hardware and am having a hard time finding bolts for it. Do you even sell the LTR hardware separately? I see the other thing I could do is to buy the new Kreuzspitze LTR/superlite plate.
3/6/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi John, yes unfortunately you have to shave the heads on some bolts with those plates as we've been unable to source the stock hardware. It's not ideal to use the Kreuzspitze M5 nuts on the Aski plates as the nut slots follow the Dynafit design and are M6. That said, it would probably be fine under tension.
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3/1/2019
Question from James
 
Hi Skimo,
Can you clarify the bolts for me.
Am I right the nuts are M6? And the countersunk bolts have to be ground down to a head of 8mm to fit the binding? If so, doesn't that leave only a 1mm overlap between bolt and binding? Seems thin to me!
Do the unavailable dynafit plates use M6 as well?
Thanks, James
3/1/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi James, yes, these are replicas of the Dynafit plates which use M6 bolts. The shrunken head is not a problem as a standard bolt (or customer Dynafit bolts) is thick there. If you want to use M5 bolts, check out the new Kreuzspitze plates for the LTR/Superlite 1.0.
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1/30/2019
Question from Paul
 
Will you be getting anymore of the adjustment plates for the LTR heel pieces?
1/30/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Paul, we likely won't be getting any more of that specific plate, but we expect to have another adjustment solution for the LTR & Superlite 1.0 in about two weeks. Stay tuned!
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3/22/2018
Question from Jonathan
 
Hi, can you tell me what the weight of the heel plates is please?
3/22/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Jonathan, the Radical toe plate weighs 38g and the LTR/Superlite 1.0 heel plate weighs 20g.
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3/2/2018
Question from Doug
 
Hi Ski Mo, much appreciated the service and products you provide...I have a pair of used DPS Wailer 106's that have been drilled 1x for a set of Kingpins. I'd like to re-mount these skis with a pair of Dynafit Rotation 10's.

I'm keen to mount these DPS' on the center-line so that they ski the way they were designed, therefore avoiding having to move the mount point fore or aft 1cm. Two questions for you:

1) Would you know if the mounting pattern of the Dynafit Rotation differs enough from the Marker Kingpin so that I can drill new holes and mount on the center line? From what I can discern from Wild Snow's mounting patterns, it looks like the heel piece mounting patterns are too close.

2) If the patterns for the KP's and Dynafit Rotations are too similiar, forcing me to move up/down 1CM, would these Ski plates allow me to work around the drill holes and mount the Dynafit's center-line?

And finally, would y'all be able to do this mount for me? (I live about 45 minutes from the SkiMo office)

Thank you in advance for your help!
3/3/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Doug, the toe is the important part to set your position on the ski (the heels have enough adjustment range to work around holes). Unfortunately there isn't enough room to squeeze a Rotation toe around a Kingpin and be within DPS guidelines for remounts. I'm sure that won't stop some folks though!

Unfortunately these toe plates only work with the Radical 1.0 pattern so they are no help.
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12/18/2017
Question from Brendan
 
what is the weight and height of the toe plate?
12/18/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Brendan! I've got the answers to both questions listed below! Each toe plate is weighing in at 38g per side excluding hardware and the height is an extra 4.75ish millimeters off the top sheet!
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11/29/2017
by RandyOakley (hasn't used product)
 
The plates are well made -- but the lack of including appropriate bolts makes installation a royal pain.

The heads on standard M6 flat head machine screws is too big to fit in Speed Superlight 1.0 heel piece.

I couldn't find any suitable bolts from a supplier -- so to make standard M6 bolts work I'll need to grind down the sides of the heads.

I have a bunch of suitable M5 bolts from a Binding Freedom kit -- but M5 jam nuts are too small for the channels in the plates.

It's real pain that ASKI doesn't include suitable nuts and BOLTS in the kit -- or at least offer the a set of suitable bolts.
11/29/2017
Reply from jbo
 
Hi Randy, in defense of ASKI...they custom made these for us! It's not a kit they are offering, but rather we wanted to have something available to help folks with older bindings. Unfortunately Dynafit uses virtually unsourceable screws so modifications are necessary. The toe plates also work fine with other binding models that accept wider heads.
11/29/2017
Reply from RandyOakley
 
It would be helpful to at least know which M6 bolts are needed. I ordered some M6x12mm bolts from Amazon -- but those are too short. Hardware stores often have slim pickings in metric fasteners.
What length M6 bolt is needed ?
11/29/2017
Reply from jbo
 
Hi Randy, the 12mm bolts should suffice. Once you grind the heads down enough to seat in the holes there will be enough length. In fact you may even need to shorten them a hair.
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11/27/2017
Question from Joao N
 
Hi Skimo, I'm really willing to buy one of these for my Dy Super lite 1.0 heel,

Although I've the following questions
- does it comes with the bolts
- is it compatible with the Dynafit low tech race 1.0 (they both have the Heel Pattern with 23)
- How much of adjustment will I get from them

Thanks!
11/27/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Joao, these plates are currently shipping with nuts but not bolts (you may need to modify some M6 hardware store bolts). Yes they work with the LTR 1.0 binding. You'll get 30mm of adjustment.
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10/7/2017
Question from Ted
 
What did the toe plates weigh?
Thanks
10/7/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Ted, they're 38g per side, excluding hardware.
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10/6/2017
Question from Ted
 
Can these be used with the Trab Gara toepiece?
Thanks
10/7/2017
Answer from Rebekah S
 
Hi Ted, absolutely! You'd actually get about 12mm of extra adjustment range out of the plate because the hole pattern on the Trab toe piece is much shorter than a Radical toe.
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3/27/2017
Question from Tim
 
Hi Skimo, what are the mount patterns of the plates ? The LTR heel specifically. It will make the delta worse too won't it ? Thanks
3/27/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Tim, just updated the description. They mounting pattern is the same as the Dynafit plates, which are 26mm x 54mm (width x length). They do add a little less than 5mm of stack height.
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