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Dynafit Binding Parts

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A broken part should not cause a broken heart. Just replace it! If you don't see a binding part on our growing Dynafit list, please contact us and we'll try to get it for you. Note we have separate listings for toes, heels, and brakes. Please note most items are sold individually unless otherwise noted with (pair) or (x2).

LTR Steel Forks (pair) - Sturdy steel forks for the Low Tech Race are more resistant to notching and easier to enter.

LTR Titanium Forks (pair) - Ultralight and strong titanium forks for the Low Tech Race.

LTR / Superlite Crampon Clip - The little bit of metal that ski crampons slide into plus screws to secure it.

Speed Superlite Toe Lever - The black plastic toe lever and associated simple wire spring.

Speed Turn Nubbin - The little black plastic knob on top of the climbing aid. Associated bolt and nut included. Also works with older TLT Speed bindings.

Speed Radical Toe Lever - The white plastic toe lever, spring, and leash loop. Can be used for ST/FT and Speed Turn as well.

Speed Radical Heel Base - Adjustable base with tower that holds Speed Rad heel housings. Old version with non-shearing anti-rotation pin.

Speed Radical Antitwist - Fix for heels that rotate while in touring mode. Mounted underneath the binding. Price is for a pair.

RV 10 Spring Set - Inner and outer springs for one heel piece with a 10 release value. Speed Turn or Radical series.

Radical Crampon Receptor - The attachment that screws onto the toe pieces of all Radical series bindings.

Radical Gliding AFD 1.0 (pair) - Gliding part on top of the brake on all Radical 1.0 bindings.

Radical Rotation Locks (pair) - The plastic clips integrated into Radical brakes that prevent the heel unit from rotating while touring (with mini screws).

Radical ST Heel Base - Original Radical base plates that accept removeable brakes.

Radical ST Toe Plate - The plastic riser plate under the Radical ST toe piece, also works to shim the Speed Radical.

Radical ST/FT Toe Lever - The black plastic toe lever and pin to hold it, also known as an Excenter.

Radical FT Toe Plate - Almost the same plate as above, but not quite; specifically for the Radical FT.

Radical FT Connector Plate - The stiffening connector between the toe and heel, complete with a shock absorbing lockout.

Radical 2.0 Toe Plate - The front rotation unit under the toe of the Radical 2.0 and Beast 14 bindings.

Radical FT 2.0 Toe Plate Extensions - The support platforms around FT 2.0 toes that distribute force over a wider area.

Radical FT 2.0 Heel Plate Extensions - Similar to the toe extentions, these distribute force over a greater area on Radical 2.0 heels.

Vertical ST Toe Plate - The plastic riser plate under the Vertical ST and TLT Comfort toe pieces.

Vertical ST Heel Plate - The back plate with tower to hold the main housing, adjustable fore and aft.

Vertical ST/FT Climbing Aid - The roof of the Vertical heel pieces with the triangular prism riser. White.

Vertical FT Toe Plate - Long grey plastic toe plate that reaches half-way to the heel piece.

Vertical FT Heel Plate - Long plate extending toward toe piece, tower has adjustable BSL.

TLT Classic Toe Plate - The plastic riser plate under the TLT Speed Classic toe piece (not the 2017/18 Speed!). Comes with screws.

TLT Classic Climbing Aid - Metal roof with climbing post that sits atop TLT Speed Classic heels, with screws, without nubbins.

Beast Low Heel Riser - The lower flip up/down heel riser built for the Beast binding.

Beast High Heel Riser - The high riser for the Dynafit Beast.

Thimble Bushing - The yellow caps that hide deep inside the heel units on Dynafit bindings, into which the lateral release springs slide.

Adjusting Screw - The big grey circular screw cap that adjusts the lateral release on the heel unit of Dynafit bindings.

Brake Retainer - The metal "H" shaped clip that secures brakes onto Vertical, Comfort and first generation Radical bindings.

Titanium Screw - Ultralight and strong screw for mounting Low Tech Race and Speed Superlite bindings. Sold individually.

12.5mm Torx Screws - For mounting Low Tech Race & Speed Superlite bindings, plus Speed Radical toe pieces.

15.5mm Torx Screws - The Radical 2.0 mounting screws, toe and heel. Also used for Radical and Vertical rental heels.

19mm Torx Screws - For mounting Radical ST/FT & Vertical ST/FT toe pieces. Also used for shimming Speed Rads & Turns.

Pan-head Torx Screws - For mounting all Radical & Vertical heel pieces, except the Speed Radical from 2014/15 on.

16.5mm Pan-head Screws - Torx pan-heads for Speed Rads with the anti-rotation peg, which started shipping in 2014/15 and is 1mm higher.

5.5mm Heel Spacer - The white plastic shim used to set the heel gap on Radical, Vertical, & Superlite bindings.

4mm Heel Spacer - The yellow plastic stick used for Low Tech Race and older touring bindings.

2/7/2019
Question from Cody
 
Hope for some good news that you guys have a replacement toe lever in stock for the FT12?
2/8/2019
Answer from Jeff m
 
Yes, it is in the dropdown. Radical St/FT toe Lever. Plenty in stock
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2/1/2019
Question from Dan
 
Hello, I bought a pair of Dynafit Rotation 10 bindings. The adjusting screws for lateral release don’t have any mark on them in order to adjust the DIN on the existing scale. So, how can I adjust the lateral release using these screws?
Thank you,
Dan
2/2/2019
Answer from Jeff m
 
The lateral release screw is the lower ( larger one). There is a ring around the screw that is the mark.
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1/21/2019
Question from Gavin
 
Will the Speed Radical toe lever work on a Vertical ST toe piece?
1/21/2019
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Gavin, yes, it sure will!
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1/7/2019
Question from Page
 
I have a set of LTR PDG bindings, this plate is bent (pen touching it in pic).

How do I order this replacement plate?

Also, I need to replace the pins on both sets of heels. For this binding, which heel pins do I need?

Thanks!
1/7/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Page, unfortunately those parts aren't available separately. We do have whole heel pieces here [LTR 2.0].
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1/2/2019
Question from Jesse Applegate
 
The top piece (that the heel risers attach to) on one of my Dynafit Radical ST heel bindings is cracked. Do you sell replacement pieces? If so, how do I get one? See photo.
1/2/2019
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Jesse! Bummer. Sorry to hear that. Best bet for a replacement part is either from our Dynafit Heel Pieces listing or hopefully we have something in our Used Dynafit Parts listing. Spare roofs for that binding are not available as a replacement part unfortunately, so scavenging something or buying a new heel is your best bet.
1/2/2019
Answer from Jesse A
 
Thanks for the quick reply! I see the roofs listed in the used Dynafit Parts section, but they're not one of the items in the pull-down menu. Do you have one in stock or is it implicitly telling me you don't?
1/3/2019
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Jesse! The little description below the images that tells you what the used part is and then if it's available, it'll be available for purchase in the drop-down menu. Sorry for the confusion there.
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12/26/2018
Question from Benjamin
 
Anybody seen this happen before? Broken fork on superlite 2.0, black edition, after 5 days of powder skiing. I'm 175 pounds and a mellow skier (ie, skis never leave the snow). wtf?
12/26/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ben, that's a new one! It must have taken an incredible amount of downward force to have that happen. Fractured steel might be plausible if there was a manufacturing defect, but the other pin is completely bent too. Are you sure it wasn't run over by a truck?
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12/24/2018
Question from Jon
 
I have a busted spring sticking out of my radical FT 2.0 heel piece. How important are the springs? And how might I fix this?
12/25/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Jon, binding springs tend to be important! We have new heel pieces here.
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12/15/2018
Question from Tofor
 
I’m looking for a replacement to the part pictured. Can you guys help me?
12/15/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Tofor, those are the Radical Rotation Locks. We have them in stock and you can purchase them by selecting them from the drop down menu above and clicking "add to cart."
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11/14/2018
Question from Karl Swanson
 
Looking for a "Brake Retainer" - The metal "H" shaped clip that secures brakes onto Vertical, Comfort and first generation Radical bindings.
Did not see it on your parts list
11/15/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Karl, unfortunately we do not have any in stock and they have become increasingly fewer and further between in availability.
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11/14/2018
Question from Mike
 
Is it possible to get replacement works for the Dynafit Superlight 2.0 heel? In particular, I'm wondering if the fork from the white, DIN 10 version can be swapped into the black DIN 12 version. I'd like to reduce the forward release tension on my black version.
11/14/2018
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Mike, it is physically possible to swap those springs, but unfortunately we don't sell it as a separate part! We do sell the Superlite 2.0 heels by themselves, but that's a little more expensive and you could just mount the whole new heel at that point. If you have another pair of Superlite 2.0 heels available, you could steal the springs from those!
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10/25/2018
Question from Andreas
 
Hi Teddy,

Thanks for your reply. Do you know if I can find spareparts enywhere else? The toe looks like almost like the newer ones, dont you think I can replace the plastic that lock the binding into walkmode?
10/25/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Andreas! I'm not aware of any other places outside of the private used market that sell a wide variety of used parts. The toe is very similar to the newer ones but has a seriously different geometry and hole pattern so it's tough to match up any existing parts to the one you have.
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10/24/2018
Question from Andreas
 
Hi,

I got my hands on a pair of old Dynafit Low Tech Tourlite (I think) and i wounder if there is any spareparts to this one? I would like to replace the steel forks and if there are diffrent dins!? I would like replace the springs and if possible the plastic on the toepiecs. Do you know if I can use spareparts from some other model, the TLT bindings wich looks like my old ones!?
10/24/2018
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Andreas, I love seeing this beautiful classic binding, especially disassembled and laid out so intentionally! We unfortunately don't have spare parts that will work for you, but please let me know if there's anything else I can do to help!
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9/22/2018
Question from Anthony Mitchell
 
Sorry about the double post, I only just realised how to attach a pic - please see below for the part I am trying to replace. Many thanks!
9/22/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Anthony, please see my response to your post below.
9/23/2018
Answer from Anthony M
 
Many thanks for your prompt response Nate, will place an order shortly!
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9/22/2018
Question from Anthony Mitchell
 
Hi guys, I'm just after the crampon holder for the Dynafit Speed Turn 2.0. I'm a bit confused because I notice a post on 2/12/18 (also from an Anthony!) with a similar question, but his has a 4 bolt pattern, whereas mine has a 2 bolt pattern. If you could confirm that would be fantastic. I can send pics to confirm if necessary.
9/22/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Anthony, I believe the prior post was referring to the number of mounting holes for the toe piece, and not the crampon receptor. The piece you are looking for is listed above as Speed Turn 2.0 Crampon Receptor.
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8/24/2018
Question from François M
 
Hello,
I am looking for a toe plate extension for Radical ST 2.0. I can see plates for ST, for FT 2.0, but did not find the ST 2.0 one. Do you have it?
Thanks!
François
8/24/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi François, there are no extensions for the ST 2.0. If you mean the rotating baseplate, that is listed as Radical 2.0 Toe Plate; it is the same for the ST 2.0 and FT 2.0.
8/26/2018
Answer from François M
 
Hello, thank you for your swift reply! I actually mean the carbon powerplate which goes around the toe binding. Not sure how it is called... It is at the top of the photo in attachment, just above the toe binding.
François
8/26/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi François, those are found in the drop list as "Radical FT 2.0 Toe Plate Extension". They are sold individually (x1).
8/27/2018
Answer from François M
 
Thank you! I will order the FT plate extension then. François
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4/26/2018
by JDT (downright abused product)
 
Thanks Skimo for having all these spare parts!! I thoroughly notched my Low Tech 1.0 titanium pins after "downright abuse." Skimo had both ti and steel replacement pins for these legacy bindings, so I can continue use these otherwise perfectly good bindings. I bought the steel which should not notch and were less expensive, and they are working flawlessly.
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4/19/2018
Question from Eric
 
Which screws for radical st 2?
4/20/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Eric. Which screws for the Radical ST 2 are you looking for? Toe mounting screws, heel mounting screws, or the machine screws that install the toe unit to the rotating baseplate?
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4/7/2018
Question from Tony Addino
 
Would you happen to carry binding screws for Dynafit Radical ST ? Will likely be mounting on my Helio 95s that I just ordered from Skimo and wanted to use new screws.

Tony
4/7/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Tony! Absolutely! Do you need toe or heel screws? Also, is this the first gen Radical ST or is it the 2.0 Radical ST?
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3/26/2018
Question from Sam Hansen
 
Looking for 2 crampon clips to go with the set of Radical ST/FT toe Pieces I ordered from Skimo a week ago. Do you guys have any of these? I couldn't find them on the site...

Thanks,
3/26/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Sam, looks like you found them. They are listed as Radical Crampon Receptors.
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3/17/2018
Question from Kuba
 
Hi dears,
does anybody knows how to replace Low Tech excenter unit please ?

Thank you
3/17/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Kuba, you need to pound out the pin, attached either spring (depending on whether you want auto locking), and try to get the pin back in without the parts going everywhere. Good luck!
3/18/2018
Answer from Jakub P
 
Done :) I have auto locking...See short description.

1. Take the old one pin and cut off small piece see picture.
2. This small piece will fix the spring in correct position.
3. Fix the spring in correct position
4. Press the spring with plastic excenter unit and push (pound in) the new pin.
3/19/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Jakub, thanks for the mini-tutorial! Glad you got your binding restored to working order.
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