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Dynafit Brakes

Brand: Dynafit
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Moving Dynafit bindings from one ski to another often requires a brake change to accommodate the new width. Brakes can also get damaged. Please note ► "Some of the Dynafit brakes listed below the line" are priced individually so you will need two in the former case or one if replacing damage. The brakes have a few millimeters of wiggle room, so a 100mm brake will work on a ski slightly over 100mm in underfoot width.

Superlite 2.0 75mm x2 - Removable TLT Superlite 2.0 brakes, in a 75mm width for skinny skis.

Superlite 2.0 90mm x2 - 90mm all-around version of the new cool Superlite brakes.

Superlite 2.0 105mm x2 - The widest brake available for the Superlite 2.0, for those powder skis.

Speed Brake 75mm x2 - Narrowest removable 75mm brakes for Speed/Speedfit binding.

Speed Brake 90mm x2 - Medium-est removable 90mm brakes for Speed/Speedfit binding.

Speed Brake 105mm x2 - Widest removable 105mm brakes for Speed/Speedfit binding.

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BELOW LISTED ARE SOLD AS ONE BRAKE ONLY (x1), IF TWO NEEDED, THEN CHANGE ORDER QTY TO " 2 ".

Radical 2.0 90mm w/ Baseplate x1 - Radical 2.0 brakes are integrated into the base plates, requiring a remount to replace. 75mm-95mm skis.

Radical 2.0 105mm w/ Baseplate x1 - 105mm version of the 2.0 brakes, which work for 90-110mm wide skis.

Radical 2.0 120mm w/ Baseplate x1 - More Rad 2 brakes, fitting wider skis from 105mm to 120mm underfoot.

Radical 2.0 135mm w/ Baseplate x1 - Phatties! These are for 120mm and wider skis. Lotus, Spoon, etc.

Radical ST 92mm w/ Baseplate x1 - Radical series brakes are integrated into the base plate, so you need the whole thing.

Radical ST 100mm w/ Baseplate x1 - Requires un-mounting the old base plate and re-mounting the new. Same screw holes at least.

Radical ST 110mm w/ Baseplate x1 - ~112mm Radical brakes that all come with anti-friction plates to make lateral release fluid.

Radical ST 130mm w/ Baseplate x1 - Fits wider-than-necessary skis! Up to about 132mm underfoot.

Radical ST 130mm Rental x1 - 130mm brake with a huge 60mm BSL adjustment range.

Radical FT 110mm w/ Baseplate x1 - Brakes for the FT also are integrated into a baseplate, these are ~112mm wide.

Radical FT 130mm w/ Baseplate x1 - You can deduce what these are from the repetitive descriptions above.

Vertical ST 92mm x1 - Mud colored 92 millimeter wide brakes that also work with older Comfort series bindings.

Vertical ST 100mm x1 - The standard Vertical/Comfort brakes in a ~102mm width, also dirty brown.

7/7/2018
Question from Owen
 
An anti-friction plate on one of my 110mm Radical ST bindings no longer slides properly. Can I fix this by swapping a working friction plate in from a new brake?
7/8/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Owen! That could definitely work, though is probably the most expensive way to solve the issue (unless you need parts from another brake anyways). I would keep an eye on our Dynafit Binding Parts listing because usually we are stocking those spare parts though it looks like we are out at the moment. If not there then keep an eye on our Used Dynafit Parts listing as well.
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5/26/2018
Question from Ben
 
Hi. Is there any way to get a 130mm brake into the new tltspeed? I see they make them that big for the rotation.
5/26/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ben, unfortunately not. 105mm is the widest brake for that family of bindings.
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4/18/2018
Question from Hilary
 
I would like to replace my Dynafit Beast bindings that have 105 brakes on my 105 width skis. If I buy Dynafit TLT Radical ST 2.0 Bindings, can the Beast brakes be installed with them? Thank you.
4/18/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Hilary, Radical and Beast brakes aren't compatible. Best bet is to get a 105mm brake with the new binding. Since Radical 2.0 stock has pretty much dried up in that size, I'd look at getting the successor binding, the ST Rotation.
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3/28/2018
Question from Bill
 
I have a pair of Dynafit Radical FT 2 with 105 brakes. Will that brake work on a ski that is 88 underfoot (the BD Helio 88). If not, what is involved is swapping out the brakes? Or do I just need to buy a new binding? Many thanks in advance.

Bill
3/30/2018
Answer from eric
 
Bill- 105 brake width will work but you might catch the shoulders while skinning. The 90mm is the better choice. You need to remove the binding from the ski (if mounted). Then remove the heel piece from the base plate (not hard) and swap heel to the new base plate/brake.
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3/23/2018
Question from Matt
 
Hi, I have a pair of the TLT Speed Bindings that I would like to mount on a pair of Dynafit Chugach skis. Are there any Dynafit Brakes that will work for this set-up? Thanks
3/23/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Matt. Tough to say for sure as Dynafit has a handful of bindings called the TLT Speed. Would you mind sending us a picture of the binding so we can eliminate any potential confusion?
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3/15/2018
Question from Ben
 
Do you have any plans to restock Radical 2.0 baseplates in 105 mm size?
3/15/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ben, unfortunately Dynafit is out for the season.
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2/19/2018
Question from Adam Eslahpazir
 
I have a pair of dynafit superlight 2.0 bindings and am looking for a brake. My skis are 115 underfoot and I don’t see a brake that will fit that size. Does dynafit make a brake that size that will clip onto my binding?
Thanks
2/19/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Adam, unfortunately 105 is the widest brake for that binding.
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2/17/2018
Question from Dan
 
This is Dan from 2/16 post with photo. In regards to jbo's response to my post, I have Manaslu skis by Dynafit with 95 mm underfoot. Should I get the Radical ST 92mm w/baseplate model? Will that work on those skis?

Thanks again! I really appreciate the quick responses. It is hard to get this information up here in north Idaho.

Dan
2/17/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Dan! Tough to say for sure without having the ski here, but I'd say there's a really good chance the 92mm will work as the Radical brakes are usually sized very conservatively so they tend to have extra wiggle room. When in doubt, go for 100mm though!
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2/16/2018
Question from Dan
 
This is Dan from the 1/29/18 comment regarding replacing my ski break. I need help verifying what type of binding in break I have. Below is a picture of both and I am hoping you can confirm for me what type of break I need to replace the one in the picture that is missing its retainer. Thanks so much for your help.
Dan
2/16/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Dan! Looks like you have the first gen Radical which used a brake attachment system very similar to the Dynafit Vertical. We occasionally get the Vertical Brake Retainers in here but we are out at the moment so the only way to get that retainer would be to order a complete brake which includes the brake assembly, the retainer, and two new lateral adjustment springs which you could discard during installation.
2/16/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Dan, alternately you could get the Radical ST brakes listed above. You would need to unmount your heel piece and swap baseplates to install.
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1/31/2018
Question from Michael
 
I have the Dynamite Radical ST 2.0 binding on Blizzard G8, 108w. Do I use the Radical ST 110mm or the Radical 2.0 120mm to replace brakes?

Thanks Michael
1/31/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Michael, thanks for reaching out! Make sure you get the Radical 2.0 brakes, the 105mm brake would be fine!
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