We've tooled up our own custom M5 screws specifically made for mounting ski bindings to swap plates or inserts. The head is flat underneath and fits like a button head screw. The underside of the head has locking serrations to help ensure that the screw doesn't back out over time. High quality stainless steel. For use with a Pozi #3 phillips head screwdriver. Low head screw lengths are measured thread length only (the length of thread to the bottom of the head).
It is very important to maximize the number of threads engaged in an insert or a swap plate, so be sure to measure carefully. Inserts can accommodate from 3mm min to 6mm max of thread engagement. We like to target 4mm of thread engagement. Do not exceed the min/max numbers for any reason - you will not get a secure mount. These screws fit exactly like Allen button heads in terms of length.
With great pride, we introduce our latest addition: custom-machined 8mm head screws. Moving forward, we will discontinue the practice of grinding screws on demand. This transition enables us to expedite order fulfillment, ensuring enhanced customer satisfaction through prompt service. This upgrade guarantees screws with an improved finish and more precise tolerances. You'll find these screws on their dedicated product page, accessible here.
Posted by sc00ter_17 on 31st Jan 2022
These screws worked perfectly for my 22 Designs Hammerhead bindings. I have other 22 Designs bindings but all those use 12mm length screws.
Posted by Brian Larson on 18th Mar 2021
I have purchased many items over the years and everything has been outstanding. These screws are no different. Exactly as advertised, great quality and awesome customer service.
Posted by Michael Haugen on 17th Dec 2017
These mounting screws fit the bill. There are visual indications of voids in the material and imperfections in the threads, so they're not of the highest quality like aerospace grade or anything. They assemble fine and I haven't experienced any failures, so the fasteners meet the needs of ski touring.
Posted by Andrew on 15th Jan 2015