Leave it to B&D to solve all your Dynafit mounting problems. The toe and heel shift plates can handle just about every drill hole and boot sole length configuration imaginable. Mount a plate to your ski and then screw your Dynafit toe or heel onto the plate. See below for some options, all of which come with adjustment bolts (mount toe plates using your binding's screws or get some here). PRICED AND SOLD IN PAIRS.
Classic Toe A-E - Shift plates for Classic 5-hole Dynafit toe pieces, including the TLT Classic, Vertical, and Comfort series. Great for moving a toe piece without re-drilling. There are four possible binding positions while a 5th set of holes is used for mounting the plate on the ski. See the attached image to see which holes are chamfered for mounting "A" through "E" patterns.
Outside Pattern - Same plates as "A" through "E", but all 5 binding positions are made available if you drill for the "Outside" holes. Works with Radical toes as well, albeit with one less position available.
No Countersinks - Blank plate with no chamfered holes. 4-5 possible mount locations depending on the binding model. Use as you see fit.
Radical Toe A-D - Toe shift plates for Dynafit Radical 1.0 bindings including the Speed Radical & ST/FT bindings. Also works with Low Tech and Superlite toes. One of the four possible mounting positions is chamfered to accept the included mounting screws. Great for shimming and moving a toe without re-drilling.
Heel - Inline - Move Dynafit heels by increments of 6mm, which happens to be the max adjustment range of older TLT Classic bindings. The inline pattern has one set of holes chamfered for mounting screws, so it can be mounted without re-drilling. You can screw your heel piece into any of the other holes (thus is can't be in the same place it was before). Includes specialized mounting screws in addition to the attachment bolts.
Heel - Centered - Same as the "Inline" heel shifter except one position isn't blocked by the mounting screws. These are mounted by drilling three new holes in the center of your ski. Perfect for keeping your existing mount location while also adding more BSL range. Includes specialized mounting screws & bolts.
78g (2.7 oz)
51g (1.8 oz)
I have the Radical ST 2.0 and I’m mounting them on new skis, and I was looking at the “outside mount plate” for two reasons. 1) I would like the extra footprint space and wider mounting points for strength/control, and 2) I’d like to be able to adjust my point front and back on the skis if I get new boots etc. Does the outside pattern plate sound like a good idea for this application, or do you manufacture something that would work better?
Kyle, these plates are for the Radical 1.0. Your 2.0 has a different pattern. B&D does not make one for the 2.0.
I bought a pair of older TLT's mounted to a set of Dynafit Cho oyu's. The boot length for the current binding mount is too short for my boot size even with the adjustment screw maxed out. I was going to drill and mount the bindings in new holes in order to get the boot properly aligned with the center mark. However I am not sure if the minimum distance between the holes is too close for new holes. I have a couple of options that I can see. One is to leave the toe where it is and drill new holes for the heel. the second option is to use a shift mounting plate and mount the heel to that and not add new holes, this would move the boot center line back about 10mm and lift the heel. The last option is to purchase both the toe and heel shift plates to allow for the boot to be very nearly at centerline and not have to drill any new holes. I would like to avoid option one. So my main question is whether the lift from mounting the heel on the shift plate would be require shimming in the front to maintain the original angle as best as possible. Or if just purchasing the toe and heel plates would be the best option.
In order to avoid reducing pull out strength of the mounting screws, our standard is to have at least 10mm distance from hole center to hole center. I absolutely understand the preference not to go with option one, but it is the option I would recommend, depending on the distance you’d have between holes. If you put the boot in the toe piece and it is only a few mm off of boot center, then it likely wouldn’t even ski noticeably different!
If the mounting holes will be more than 10mm apart with the boot at boot center, then you can do a full remount and maintain boot center. If avoiding drill holes is more important, you might be able to only use a toe shift plate and avoid a steeper ramp delta. Depending on what binding you have specifically, you could use something like B&D Classic Toe D to have lots of room to move the toe forward and use your existing holes.
Email a photo of your bindings to email@example.com and we can give some more detail!
I need to fit a Dynafit ST 10 toe piece (4 bolt holes) and need to screw into the boards outside of the existing binding area. What plate would you recommend as just a neutral position for the toe piece?
Hey Joe! I'm assuming a lot here but it sounds like you have a Dynafit Radical ST (not the Radical ST 2.0 or ST Rotation 10 though, correct?) and you are looking to mount some bindings beyond the current mounting area because the ski has been mounted too many times? If I didn't get that right, send me an email or give me a phone call to reply because I really want to make sure we're on the same page with this complicated issue.
If I understood that correctly the first time then you will likely want one of the Radical A-D plates. I can't say exactly which plate is going to work out the best and that'll be totally up to you depending on what the skis look like but those plates should do the trick.
I have the dynafit speed radical toe mounted on the quiver killers, and if I ordered the tow plates, seems like the screws I had for the toe was only 10 mm, and the tow base thinkness is about 5 mm, so only 5 mm goes into the quiver killers, but this toe plate's thinkness is 6.4 mm, means if reuse the same screws that only have 3.6 mm goes into the quiver killers, there will be less holding power, where can find the 12.5 mm flat Trox screws for quiver killers on this web site?
Can one of these plates be used to mount Radical 2.0s onto older Dynafit hole patterns? I.e., I have quiver killers installed for a Vertical ST hole pattern, and I would rather not go to the trouble to drill new holes in ski, so I'd like to reuse Vertical hole pattern and mount the Radical 2.0 to an adapter plate. If they can be used for that purpose, which one should I order?
So for an older TLT classic toe (circa 2010) should I get Classic toe B, C or D? IN the diagram it seems like they are all the same thing but in the choices to purchase it seems like there are 3 choices?
Hi Joe, yes all the Classic plates work with the TLT Classic toes. The difference is which set of holes is chamfered for mounting screws. Each letter will let you shift in a different configuration as far as number of steps forward or back.
I have to move the heel of my dynafit st because i changed my boots. I'm interested in your heel inline shift plate. Looking to the picture I think that the plastic part where the skistopper leans will be lifted from the ski because the length of the heel plate. Is it right?