Mounting these plates between Dynafit race bindings and your skis will give you some fore/aft adjustment. This allows you to use different boots with the same skis, adding to their useful life and increasing the resale value of your rig. The Dynafit adjustment plates are made with 7075 aluminum, meaning they are light and strong. All plates are sold in pairs.
- Plates are just 4.8mm thick to minimize ramp angle changes.
- Low Tech Race 2.0 and PDG binding use the same heel piece and thus share an adjustment plate, which also works with LTR 105.
- Superlite 2.0 / 150 / 175 plates work with all three bindings and are compatible with the optional brakes.
- All plates arrive with a full set of mounting screws and adjustment nuts & bolts.
- The kits also include a couple stick-on mounting templates to help with manual installation.
|Plate||Range||Weight per ski|
|LTR 2.0 / 105 / PDG Heel||30mm||21g (0.7oz)|
|Superlite 2.0 / 150 / 175 Heel||20mm||46g (1.6oz)|
|LTR / Superlite 1.0 Toe*||30mm||34g (1.2oz)|
|LTR / Superlite 1.0 Heel*||30mm||19g (0.7oz)|
* The older Low Tech Race and Superlite "1.0" adjustment plates are no longer available but kept here for reference.
Questions & Reviews
That and the unique mounting pattern of two different widths on the heel plate, there is no heel plate to accommodate that.
Only way to do that is with one of these heel plates and a toe plate. Out of this one, you can use this one B&D Shift.
We have the Kreuzspitze plate. It has this mounting pattern: 36 x 75. Just 4mm narrower.
If you are switching boots on a fixed mounted binding, you will need to drill new holes on at least the heel pieces. Using the adjustment plates will add weight, but will give you greater flexibility moving forward. Otherwise, if you go fixed mounted again, you may need to dodge the original holes. A second set of holes on a pair of skis is far from the end of the world! If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would like to get adjustment plates for my superlite 2.0.
Do they come with some sort of mounting template?
Do you think it's possible to mount them myself at home?
The TLT Superlite 2.0 binding is the same binding as the Superlite 2.0. That adjustment plate should work!
I currently have Speed Radicals mounted in quicer killers. I'm looking to replace the heels with PDG towers I have and was hoping to not re-drill. Do these plates match the holes for the Speed Radical heels?
My Dynafit ST radicals are currently mounted for use with the Scarpa boots but there are days I want to use these skis with the softer Salomon boots. The bolt based adjustment doesn't reach far enough to use both sets of boots. Am I correct in understanding I can use this mounting plate to potentially give me enough adjustment and be able to ski in both sets of boots with a small amount of labor when I want to change em around?
When adjusting make sure to use an extender on your torx bit and the machine screws are a little touchier than normal.
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