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Dynafit Adjustment Plates

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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.

  • 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. Now also works with LTR 105.
  • Arrives with a full set of mounting screws and adjustment nuts & bolts.
  • Arrives with a stick-on mounting template to help with manual installation.
  • Superlite 2.0 plates are compatible with the optional brakes.
  • ALL PLATES ARE SOLD IN PAIRS.
Plate Range Weight per ski
LTR 2.0 / 105 / PDG Heel 30mm 21g (0.7oz)
Superlite 2.0 Heel 20mm 46g (1.6oz)
LTR / Superlite 1.0 Toe 30mm 34g (1.2oz)
LTR / Superlite 1.0 Heel 30mm 19g (0.7oz)

Questions & Reviews

3/11/2020
Question from Scott
 
I've got two sets of boots. A set of Scarpa Freedom SL120s and a set of SLAB X-alps. Same bootsize (26.5) but different Boot sole lengths(307 for the Scapra, 285 for the salomon).

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?
3/11/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Scott, although Dynafit has gone to the end of the earth to find rare Snow Leopard pelts and the speediest Speed Noses, they have not yet come up with a secondary adjustment plate for the Radical ST! Your best bet would be to re-mount your bindings so that they cover both boot-sole lengths. With 25mm of adjustment you should be able to cover both bases with a re-mount.
3/11/2020
Answer from Scott
 
Dang. Was hoping this would be an easier solution. Just got the bindings remounted. I'll have to check to see if there is enough space now.
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3/10/2020
Question from dave
 
what kind of screws are needed ( dimensions please) for the attaching the heel piece to the adjustment plate? I'm having problems loosening the bolts/screws holding the heel to the plate and might have to EZ out drill them out, thus ruining the screws. Then get replacements. Thanks
3/11/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Dave, not totally sure of your question, shoot us an email at help@skimo.co and we'll get ya sorted out! Cheers!
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1/17/2020
Question from jeff
 
Interested in speed radical but want fore/aft adjustment- any recommendations on adjustment plates that will work?
1/18/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Never fear Jeff, the Speed Radical comes with 22mm of integrated BSL adjustment! If you are requiring even more, you could consider a Plum race heel plate with 40mm adjustment.
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11/4/2019
Question from Jeffrey F
 
I have a set of the Dynafit Adjustment Plates for the Superlite 1.0 heel piece. Are those plates compatible with the Kreuzspitze SCTTT heel piece?
11/4/2019
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Jeffrey, unfortunately they are not compatible -- the hole pattern for the SCTT/SCTTT is a good bit narrower than the pattern for the SL 1.0 (and involves 4 holes rather than 3). Kreuzspitze manufactured those plates for Dynafit bindings rather than their own products. Check out the Kreuzspitze adjustment plates in 14, 18, or 40mm (https://skimo.co/kreuzspitze-adjustment-plates) for a good SCTTT option.
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3/9/2019
Benski (used product regularly)
 
As long as you remember to tighten appropriately, these rock. For a little weight, you can vastly extend the life of race skis using the low tech race 2.0 plate, which has close to 30mm adjustment which will fit most racers such that there is no need to remount. For the Superlite 2, the plate is a little shorter adjustment, but still allows plenty of adjustment to go between two sizes (for example, race boots and heavier pow boots, or daily boots and high altitude boots).

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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2/26/2019
Question from Mike Kerfoot
 
Do you sell the mounting bolts and insert nuts/bolts separately for the superlite 2.0 heel plates?
2/26/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mike, the mounting screws are just the 12.5mm Torx found here. The adjustment nuts are bolts are not available unfortunately.
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1/16/2019
Question from Ewa
 
Hi, the same question as below, can I use those heel plates for low tech race 1.0? On description of Aski ones https://skimo.co/aski-adjustment-plates it is written that "heel is 26 x 54; same as Dynafit, see plates" -> those ones.
1/16/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ewa, unfortunately we don't have any adjustment plates for that binding in stock. We can set up a notification for you to get an e-mail when they arrive if you'd like.
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11/21/2018
Question from tim
 
Hey there, will this plate the Dynafit LTR plate work with this version Dynafit? https://skimo.co/dynafit-low-tech-race-bindings

thanks
11/21/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Tim! Unfortunately no. It's a different hole pattern. The only adjustment plate available for the Low Tech Race 1.0 is the Aski plate.
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11/8/2018
Question from Aidan Goldie
 
Do you happen to have any more plates in stock for the superlite 1.0?
11/9/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Aidan! Yes and no, kind of. Dynafit doesn't make those plates anymore, so we had Aski make some plates just for us that'll work with the LTR 1.0/Superlite 1.0. The plate is fully functional and we have the nuts that fit into the plate, but the bolts need a little bit of love in order to be fully functional because Dynafit uses bolts that are virtually impossible to source out of the box. If you have a grinder or know somebody with a machine shop it'll be very easy to get them to work.
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11/4/2018
Question from Alex
 
Do these mount in the same mounting hole pattern as the bindings themselves? Meaning, if I already have Superlights mounted, bit wanted to add this mounting plate, would I be drilling new holes or using the existing holes?
11/5/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Alex, the mounting pattern that attaches the adjustment plate to the ski is different than that of your heel piece. You will have to drill new holes to mount these plates.
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10/30/2018
Question from Patrick
 
Looks like you are out of stock on the LTR PDG plates?
10/30/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Patrick. You got it. I think we are expecting more of them shortly though. Should be here before the end of this week actually.
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10/24/2018
Question from Jim Orsi
 
Do the adjustment plates for the Dynafit Superlite 1.0 (the red anodized one with three mount screws at the heel) still exist, or am I stuck buying new 2.0 heels? Thanks.
10/25/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Jim! In a way they do still exist, but it's a tricky situation. You can find the compatible plates and read more about the aforementioned tricky situation here.
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7/25/2018
Question from Josep Antoni Borras
 
Hola!!
Tengo 3 preguntas por hacerles.
La 1a es si es necesario ponerle placas a la talonera y a la puntera para una óptima técnica y conservación de todo el material?
La 2a es si las placas que ustedes venden serian compatibles (medidas de los agujeros) com mis fijaciones Low Tech Race del año 2012?
Y la 3a es si venden solo las taloneras?
A ver si tengo suerte.
7/25/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Bueno!
1) Si sus botas tienen una differencia mas que 30mm la puntera y la talonera es probablemente inteligente, pero es mas pesado. Si sus botas tienene una differencia menos queo 30mm, solo la talonera es preferado.

2) Unfortunamente no, estes placas son por el nuevo Low Tech Race 2.0 con la talonera de plastico. Tenemos mas placas para el Low Tech Race 1.0 pero ellos no tienen tuercas o tornillos. Ellos son aqui pero otra vez, no tienen tuercas o tornillos asi es no perfecto y un poco mas dificil.

3) Quieres solo taloneras individuales? Como esto?

Perdon, mi espanol es viejo, terible, y solo de escuela.
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7/10/2018
Question from dave
 
Hi- Can the Superlite 2.0 heel plate be used for other Dynafit bindings ( or any other bindings) or are they only a fit for the Superlites? Asking as I bought a pair from you guys a while back and wondering how I might use these for other bindings - even non-Dynafit ones. Let me know - thanks
7/10/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Dave! Unfortunately no, not really. The Superlite 2.0 heel has a proprietary hole pattern that doesn't seem to be used anywhere else. Here's a link to an article we wrote with hole pattern info. It's possible that you could get a 4-hole heel piece with the same width of either the outer or inner rails to match up, but even if you could get to that point you probably wouldn't get a ton of adjustment range out of it.
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4/9/2018
Question from Dan
 
Will these adjustment plates work with the dynafit expedition heel piece?
Thanks
4/9/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Dan, these are not compatible with the Expedition. Good news is the Basic Hagan plates work with that heel.
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2/18/2018
Question from Simon T
 
Do these work with the FISCHER TOUR RACE 3.0 BINDING?
2/18/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Simon, yes the LTR 2.0 version will work.
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1/7/2018
Question from Jessie
 
Hi,
I am curious if these adjustment plates are strictly for use of the superlite bindings?

Cheers
1/7/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Jessie,

The Superlite 2.0 heel plates are exclusively for the Superlite 2.0 binding. The LTR/PDG 2.0 heel plates are exclusively for the LTR and PDG 2.0 bindings.
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12/27/2017
Question from Dan K
 
I av an old pair of dynafit tlt speed bindings that work great. I need a plate or a shim to bring up the height of the binding so I can mount some brakes, sine I do not have enough clearance right now. I need about a ~cm of height. Would these plates do the job?

thanks
12/27/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Dan, these adjustment plates aren't designed for that binding and won't be of much help. The B&D shift plates might help you out.
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10/25/2017
Question from Jesse A. Logan
 
ANy idea when/if the Dynafit Superlight 2 heel plates will be available??
10/25/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Jesse, we're not expecting stock until December. For now I'd look at the B&D version.
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10/8/2017
Question from ml2
 
skimo wizards,
are adjustment plate bolts for the SL 1.0 like the Pyrenean ibex (extinct)?
thx
10/8/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi ml2, they are more like regular-sized mini-wheats...they exist in theory but you just can't buy them!
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