2/23/2015
Question from Sam
 
Is it possible to add brakes to the Speed Radical bindings? Which brakes would I add?
2/23/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Sam, there aren't any brakes specifically designed for the Speed Radical, but the Kreuzspitze brakes can slide into the crampon slot.
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1/3/2015
Question from Ivar Nelson
 
Hi there,
I just lost one of my skibrakes for my vertical ST's.
However I have 117mm wide skis, is there another brake that can do the job?
2/23/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ivar, unfortunately the wider brakes are no longer available for the Vertical ST. I do not know of anything else that would work with that heel and that width of ski.
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12/1/2014
by Chris W (used product regularly)
 
Replacing the whole baseplate seems like a pain compared with how Dynafit has done things in the past, but it's actually pretty simple. One thing I discovered in doing this is that the heel hole pattern on the standard Radical (+ older Dynafit bindings) is shorter than the "demo" binding. Should be fairly obvious, but somehow I didn't realize I had demo bindings.

Also, if you have a quiver of different-length skis, but only one pair of heelpieces, you can leave baseplates mounted to the skis and just switch out the heel part. It's trivially easy - you'll just have to reset the rotational release value each time.
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10/18/2014
Question from Mike
 
I can't find 110mm brakes for vertical bindings. Do the radical brakes work with verticals?
10/18/2014
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mike, yeah Dynafit discontinued that binding and the brakes are hard to come by. The Radical brakes aren't designed to be swapped with Vertical brakes. That said, they are the same basic design and there are a few ways to hack the system. See here for some more info.
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4/9/2014
Question from Katherine Bridwell
 
Do these brakes work with dynafit comfort bindings?
4/9/2014
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Katherine, the Vertical brakes will work on the Comfort series, yes. Radicals are a different beast.
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