B&D skinny 3 mm plates on Speed Radical make about the same delta (ramp) as earlier TLT, which I like. The plates are somewhat “universal” in that they have holes for the two Dynafit screw patterns, as well as optional extenders for front and back when used with different bindings. Very nicely done and will work for just about any tech binding toe (optional user trimming is possible as well). Check out my install on a cult ski.
B&D plate on bottom of Speed Radical toe. Click images to enlarge.
A couple pair of shims. When installing don't forget crampon mounts or the rear screws will insert a few mm deeper and may damage your skis. Speaking of screws, I happened to have some of the correct length. Talk to B&D about options or perhaps you have a resource such as a local shop.
The screws I found were about 2 mm longer than stock, which was enough for this strong ski, with epoxy of course. If you're big or ski aggressively, be more careful to match exact OEM protrusion length.
My stash. In the '60s it was beads.
Don't forget the B&D Nubbins.
I like Nubbins so much, the camera macro function had to be tested.
Installation of Nubbins is easy.