High strength stainless steel machine screws attach the BMF/R onto the Switch Kit plate that is included with every binding. They are tightened with a #3 pozidrive screwdriver (a standard #3 Phillips will work almost as well).
Sold in a pack of four (4): two (2) flathead machine screws for the rear two holes, and two (2) pan head screws for the front two holes. You need one pack of four for each binding. Total of two packs for a complete pair of bindings.
Start shredding with your new BMFs! You can download this Quick Start Guide as a PDF for free by clicking here, or add it to your cart and you will not be charged for it when you check out.
Also, download, print and and use the BMF Pre-Load Indicator to ensure that your BMF bindings are properly adjusted to your boots for optimal performance.
Our bindings are a highly engineered, performance piece of equipment and need to be properly adjusted for optimal performance. The adjustment of the heel piece to your boot for step in, heel retention and lateral performance is a critical step in setting up your BMFs.
Download, print and cut out this BMF Boot Fit Check to ensure that your bindings are properly adjusted to your boots.
This is a two page PDF mounting template that you can download and print on two standard 8.5 by 11 inch sheets of paper. You can also add it to your cart as a digital download for free.
Make sure and DO NOT scale this pdf when you print it. This is critical. Choose the 100% scale, or Do Not Scale option when printing. Otherwise, your gonna have a bad day trying to mount these babies. This template has 1 inch and 1 cm scale lines to check to make sure you have printed it correctly. You will need to cut the second page, and then carefully line up the two pages and tape them together to use it. Click here to download for free, without having to go through the shopping cart.
This part attaches to the Toe Cage, snapping on the rear shaft and then rotating down to snap onto both sides of the Toe Cage. It can help keep snow from accumulating under the boot, and also helps keep the brake up when touring with the BMF/R. It is not required for proper binding ski function, and can be removed during touring to help with icing issues, allowing you to easily access the ski/tour mechanism to remove ice and keep snow from packing under it.
If you remove the Toe Cage Cover, it is best to remove the brakes as well. If you fall forward while climbing without the Toe Cage Cover, the brake tip insert that rests against the bottom of the boot can get stuck under the boot, and can be damaged if you don't push it down carefully.
Compatible with both the BMF/R and the BMF/3. Includes one Toe Cage Cover.