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Here lies some common hardware that can be useful in keeping your alpine touring ski boots in working order.

Chicago Rivets - Sold individually, these rivets screw together so you don't need a press to fix riveted buckles and other parts. The flush heads are gentle on plastic and carbon fiber. Use with Vibratite to keep the rivets from unscrewing. Three lengths available: 3/16", 1/4", and 1/2". Get the middlest length for use with the "toe triangle" on Dynafit TLT 5 & 6 boots.

Boot Shims - Sold individually, these shims are an uncompressable cardboard shimto take up volume in a boot. Shims come in 2 thicknesses 1/16" and 1/8" and in one size to trim to fit.

6/13/2018
Question from Rasto
 
Hi,

In your text for Chicago Rivets three lengths are mentioned to be available: 3/16", 1/4", and 1/2". When trying to order, 1/4" doesn't appear as an option in drop-down menu. And yes, this is exactly the size I'd like to have.

Thanks
6/13/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Rasto, when an item does not appear in the menu it means that we are currently out of stock. I've double checked our inventory and that does appear to be the case with the 1/4" size at this time.
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6/11/2018
Question from Nick
 
Hi Guys,
Would these be the right diameter for a backcountry fix on a Vulcan/Mercury instep buckle strap or toe buckle strap connection to the boot shell?
What is the diameter on the barrels?
Cheers!
-Nick
6/11/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Nick! Totally possible! Might be a better idea to use a t-nut and matching screw just for the sake of getting the tension a bit higher, but the outer diameter of the barrel is 4.95mm.
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5/27/2018
Question from Robie Pruden
 
On the Chicago rivets .
I have TLT 6 boots. one of the triangle rivets has broke and needs to be replaced. You recommend the middle length which I assume to be 1/4 . Problem 1/4 is not listed in the drop down menu ????. What to do ?
Thanks
Robie Pruden
5/29/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Robie! I would get the 1/2 length and then file the threads down. It'll file down pretty easily with a metal file or even outside on the sidewalk or driveway.
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8/16/2017
Question from Stephen
 
Hi there,

What size do I need to attach a cuff buckle to a TLT6?

Thanks
8/16/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Stephen, in lieu of a rivet press, your best bet for those are steel pop rivets.
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