Whether it's replacement parts or additional accessories, here are all the bits and pieces we have collected for your ATK bindings.
Titanium U-Springs - Pair of titanium heel forks for the SL World Cup and Revolution bindings. Also works with the Hagan Ultra, ZR, and BD Helio 110 bindings. Available in standard stiffness and "lightweight" for lighter folks.
Rolling In U-Springs - The most advanced forks on the market. Made of titanium with rollers on the end to reduce wear, ease step-in, and smooth the forward release function. Choose from standard or lightweight stiffness / skier size.
Race Flaps - These are the race flaps that let you change uphill/downhill modes on ATK race bindings (SL and Revolution). Also works with Hagan Ultra, ZR, and BD Helio 110 bindings. Sold in pairs in multiple colors.
Crampon Slot - Aluminum - For those of us who'd like an option to add some ATK or Black Diamond compatible crampons to our setup, here's a removable receptor. 8 grams per side, plus screws.
Crampon Slot - Carbon - If you need extra bite, these receptors can be added to the C-Raider. Seven grams each.
Raider Toe Shim - For our freeride category skiers who like a flatter setup, this binding specific toe shim reduces drop by 4mm on ATK Raider bindings. Includes longer screws necessary to mount. Note: Does not work with C-Raider or EVO toes.
Raider Toe Shim Evo - Designed to work with the Raider Evo series of bindings. These are 4mm thick and come with longer screws necessary for mounting.
Raider Freeride Spacers - The stomp pads that fit the Raider 10/12, C-Raider, Freeraider 14/16, DPS R14, Hagan Boost and Core Pro bindings. Towers sit on either side of the Anti-Friction plates on the brake. Not recommended for skis narrower than 95mm underfoot.
Evo Freeride Spacers - Stomp pad for ATK Evo 11, 13 and 15 bindings. Not recommended for skis narrower than 95mm. Note: does not include washer kit to adjust the height of the spacer.
Universal Freeride Spacers - Works with any binding where the gap between the boot sole and the topsheet of the ski is between 14.5mm and 20mm. Spacer attaches directly to the ski.
Candy 5 Heel Riser - Optional heel riser for the Candy 5 binding.
Brake Seat Cover - Optional cover for any ATK binding with a rear brake (for when you want to take the brake off). Sold in pairs.
Binding Grease - ATK's original binding grease will help keep your heel tower mobile. Made from ATK's reused oil and lubricants to reduce waste.
Mounting Screw, 11mm - These are screws for mounting ATK race heel pieces (e.g. Trofeo, SL, Revolution) as well as adjustment plates. They are #3 Pozidrive heads with an ISO-standard thread pitch.
Mounting Screw, 13mm - Mounting screws for many ATK toes, such as Trofeo, Pure, Raider series.
4mm Heel Gap Spacer - A 4mm plastic spacer to help set your heel gap on ATK bindings.
Questions & Reviews
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I have the BD Helio 200 bindings. Which ATK binding part should I select here? And do you know if they will be compatible with the Black Diamond Helio Ski Crampons?
Thanks a lot for your time!
Could these instead be installed with the Volkl BMT 94s and Marker Alpinist bindings or any binding?
There's just one mount hole so it seems like the whole apparatus would just twist.
The Universal Freeride Spacer works with any boot/binding combination where there is at least 14.5mm and not more than 20mm of space between the ski and your boot, so it is best to measure! The single screw holds the spacer on with enough friction to keep it stable when tightened down.
What screws should I get to have a few in case of emergency? Anything else for these bindings that would be good to carry?
Forward-thinking is never a bad thing. We have found these bindings to be very reliable so there are no extra parts I would suggest bringing along. As for the screws, I think having a few for the toe might be helpful, but if a binding piece does come apart from a ski it's pretty tough to put back together in the field.
I'm looking at getting the a freerider spacer for some Dynafit Blacklight pros I'm going to order from you.
I'm gonna mount some atk freeraider 12s on the bindings and would like to make sure that the Universal Freerider spacer will indeed work with these skis.
My understanding is that the freeride spacer won't work on narrower skis like these (80mm).
The universal spacer measures about 67mm wide, so it should be fine on an 80mm ski. Narrower than 75mm might be questionable.
The Raider spacer is generally unrecommended for skis under 95mm.
I haven't heard of this happening before! If you'd like, send us a few photos of the brakes at email@example.com and I can have a look.
If you have that space, awesome! The Freeride Spacer is a bit of a PITA to install and adjust, so fiddle with it and budget some time and frustration. I'd call this a 1.5 beer job. It helps a lot to jam an extra screw in one of the cutouts to keep the sliding platform out of the way.
Once it's installed and adjusted, make sure NOT to stand on it without your toe in the binding. The first time I used them I was transitioning in deep snow and tried to step up, onto my ski before I clipped in. I stood on the spacer, it slipped, all the way sideways, and exploded! Luckily, both parts (the plastic top, and the spring) landed on top of the snow, and I put them on my pocket. At home, I found that there's only a light pressure fit keeping that top slide part on. If you slide it too far one way or another, it will just slide off, and the spring will slide out. Luckily, it's easy to put back together.
So, don't over freeride your freeride spacer! Otherwise, it's a nice, lightweight add-on that made a noticeable difference in power transmission right out the gate!
Yes, they are compatible.
The Raider Freeride Spacer should be perfectly compatible with the brake seat cover. The covers don’t take up any more room than the brakes.
That shim is in place to prevent snow build up and icing under the heel. I would not call it a structurally essential part, but I recommend mounting the Raider with that shim in place.
We are hoping to have more of the Raider Freeride Spacers in stock in a week or two!
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