12/21/2015
Question from Scott S
 
Just to confirm: the Low Tech heels on this page are the previous (aluminium) heel pieces, not the current (plastic) heel pieces, correct?
12/21/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Scott, correct. New ones will be called 2.0.
12/30/2015
Answer from Scott S
 
One more: Do the non-2.0 Low Tech heel pieces share the same hole pattern as the non-2.0 Superlite heel pieces?

I'm juggling some bindings between skis and wondering what my options are for the remount.

Thanks!
12/30/2015
Answer from jbo
 
The Superlite 1.0 and LTR 1.0 share the same front two holes but the rear hole is further back on the Superlite. They both use the same tripod adjustment plate. More info on hole patterns is here.
12/31/2015
Answer from Scott S
 
Excellent. Thanks. That's exactly what I needed. With a 12mm difference (25 vs. 37) in heel hole pattern length, it looks like a Low Tech Race could be swapped for a Speed Superlite.

12mm should be enough space to drill a new hole for a 12.5mm Torx screw? Or will the hole edges still be too close?

Thanks for your help.
12/31/2015
Answer from jbo
 
You should be good to go, provided you have a ski with a reasonably reinforced mounting area.
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11/24/2015
Question from Brian
 
The brakes wont stay put on an old pair of Dynafit Comfort bindings. What is the best replacement heel+brake? Thanks!
11/24/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Brian, for a new set, the best option is a set of Radical ST heels with brakes. You can also check for used parts or do a trade-in.
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11/15/2015
Question from Derek
 
Heyl looking to set up a set of dynamite lotus spoon 120's with dynafits. i am liking the idea of the new st 2.0 toe with a speed turn heel. what are your thoughts on this set up?? suggest anything better? i am riding in the scarpa mistral boot.
11/15/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Derek, sounds like a interesting combo. We don't have experience with that particular setup but it could work. I think you mean Maestrale boot?
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10/27/2015
Question from Chris
 
Hello,

I noticed today that the heel piece on my Radical FT's is cracked and the top screws no longer hold the assembly together. Is the heelpiece you are selling here compatible across the multiple generations of the binding? I believe it was purchased in fall of 2013 but not sure what generation that is.
Thanks
10/27/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Chris, the main heel housing has been stable for several years, so you should be good with a replacement.
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5/27/2015
by Dan (downright abused product)
 
Had a defective Speed Superlite heel piece from a set of bindings I got on backcountry. Ordered a replacement and everything was good. Kept the defective heel piece for spare parts.
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4/2/2015
Question from Jose J. López
 
Does the three hole pattern of the Dynafit Speed Superlite heel unit match that of the Low Tech Race heel unit?
4/2/2015
Answer from jbo
 
No way Jose, it's longer. The front two holes match though, so you'd only need one new one.
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2/24/2015
Question from Mike
 
Do the hole patterns match between the Speed Radicals and the Speed Turns? Or can the heel piece be replaced by removing the adjustment screw, leaving the mounting plate mounted to the ski? That would be sweet!
2/24/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mike, yes the heel mounting patterns are the same for the Radicals, Turns, Classics, Comforts, Verticals, etc. The housings are not interchangeable onto various heel posts, however.
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12/29/2014
Question from Carl
 
Are you going to sell the dynafit expedition heel? I feel that if any place would sell them, it would be skimo.co
12/29/2014
Answer from jbo
 
Hey Carl, check back next season :)
9/15/2015
Answer from Carl K
 
Still interested, hope this is an option this year :)
9/15/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Check. Listed. Thanks for the gentle nudge.
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12/24/2014
by CHRIS L (downright abused product)
 
Kudos to Skimo.co for selling individual Dynafit parts to allow a mix-and-match approach. After exploding two Speed Radical heels, I purchased a set of Speed Turn heels to compliment my Radical toes. I feel the "Classic" Dynafit heel design was the best to date, and most changes since then have been for the worse. However, the Radical toe was a significant improvement with easier entry and fewer pre-releases due to torque out. Now I can have the best of both worlds! Thanks Jason!
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12/1/2014
by Chris W (used product regularly)
 
I love, love, love that skimo.co sells separate heel and toe pieces (as well as parts) for a variety of bindings. I bought the Speed Radical heels to upgrade some Radical STs to brake-less, and have been very happy with them. Add to the fact that all (non-weird-race) Dynafit bindings seem to use the same standard hole pattern, and you can use threaded inserts to switch things around as often as you like. Makes sense to me!
12/1/2014
Reply from Chris W
 
Correction - all non-weird race HEELS seem to use the same pattern. Worth noting that Dynafit demo bindings (not available here) have the same horizontal spacing but different longitudinal spacing. If you have Demo bindings already mounted and want to go to a standard hole pattern, it's easy to choose either the existing front pair or the rear pair and get the BSL + adjustment you need with only two more holes in the ski.
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