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FS FS: Custom 3D Printed Fiesta Accessories -- Cubbyhole Extender

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Following up on my initial For Sale post here, I finally have some new 3d-printed Fiesta items to offer that I've put a lot of work into. All these items I model, test fit, and print myself in my free time and are made from durable PETG with attention to detail. I'm hoping that merging my two favorite hobbies --driving/modding the FiST and 3D printing-- provides something useful back to the Fiesta community. I plan on adding more to offer in the future.

  • Visit my site Razzter.com to place your order and choose your options.
  • All orders include a free ST keyring. [party]
  • Take 10% Off your order above $50 when you enter code 10OFF.
  • Shipping is $7.00 flat (USA), $15 (CANADA) and I can combine items in the same package at no additional cost.
  • Most items are available in multiple color options such as Black, Red, Dark Blue, Gray, Purple, White, or Orange
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NEW: A-Pillar Mount for Devices and Cobb AccessPort
Mount your Cobb AccessPort or other devices to your Fiesta’s A-Pillar with this custom mount.
Price: (see website)


Attach your Cobb AccessPort or other devices to your Fiesta’s a-pillar for a nice clean installation away from your center console. The mount comes in three pieces so that the bracket can be easily removed from the a-pillar when not in use, and the attachment plate for the switched out. It’s also ambidextrous, meaning it can be used on either the left or right a-pillars.

The included adapter attaches to your Cobb AccessPort mount.

Includes the following 5 pieces:
1x – Mounting plate for AccessPort clip
2x – Mounting plate for custom use
1x – A-Pillar clip
1x – Bracket

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NEW: Handbrake "Black Hole" Cover
A solution to cover the infamous “black hole” behind the Fiesta’s handbrake.
Price: (see website)

Protect from stuff falling into the giant “black hole” behind the hand brake (e-brake) when it’s pulled up. This piece snaps securely into place using the contours of the vehicle without needing any adhesive, and will never fall out by itself. It’s a great improvement over other black hole covers out there.
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Cubbyhole Extender
Turn the (formerly) "useless" cubbyhole into usable space. Wallets, sunglasses, keys, and more! Amazing!..
Price: (see website)

Perhaps the most common complaint about the Fiesta besides the over-dampened rear struts is that silly cubbyhole under the A/C controls. This piece for sale attaches snugly into the cubbyhole using poster tape (included) and sticks out about 1.5 inches, just about doubling the space of the cubbyhole while still staying plenty clear of the shifter. An upward angle and open face means you can securely fit many more things. It is designed to perfectly contour to the curves for a clean look. Putting stuff in that space actually becomes kind of enjoyable.

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Tip: When installing, first check fitment, then remove the adhesive backing then slide it in to the back while pressing down in the center. With your fingers, apply firm pressure along the back for a good grab. Make sure the contact area is free of oil.

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Ford Keyfob Wall Hook
Hang your keys in style with your own reserved spot on the wall.
Price: (see website)

This keyfob hook attaches to your wall with poster-tape (included) and gives you a special spot for your keys. Two-tone in red and black (other combinations available on request) and emblazoned on the inside with the 'ST' logo and a contoured design. It's design utilizes the two dimples on either side of the fob so that only the Ford FOB can be attached and other fobs won't fit on it, so no one else can take your spot on the wall! Unless of course they also have the same Ford fob..



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Center Console Removable Cup
Easily remove small items from the bottom of your center console with this removable cup insert.
Price: (see website)

Fishing out loose change and small items from the bottom of my FiST's center console is super annoying, so I took it upon myself to 3d model and print this removable cup to make it convenient to store and remove stuff down there. It also features a finger-hold to be able to effortlessly grab and pull the cup out.


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Center Console Lid
Stop stuff from falling into the deep recess of your center console
Price: (see website)

It's a nice addition to the removable center console cup and fits right over top of it, and can be used with or without it. Fits snug with a raised finger-hold for easy removal and 'ST' logo on top.


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Thanks for looking, comments and suggestions welcome!
 


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Do you know if the material warps if temps hit ~150f? I left a peak hold thermocouple in my car last summer and it went to 148 for a few hours.
 


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woo! paypal incoming.


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paid, forgot to as for black.
 


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PayPal sent for cubbyhole extender.
Thanks!

Edit: Forgot to mention, black please.
 


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Do you know if the material warps if temps hit ~150f? I left a peak hold thermocouple in my car last summer and it went to 148 for a few hours.
Yeah it can handle that temp no prob.
Just to expand a little bit on my previous reply. It's a good question to ask, [MENTION=8822]Clit_Beastwood[/MENTION] The glass transition temp for this material is around 190F. Thats when the material will start to get soft and 190F should be well enough above the range of car summer temps for just about everyone. Further, I'll guarantee my parts so that if any warp due to heat, I'll send a replacement, just pay shipping. :)
 


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Just to expand a little bit on my previous reply. It's a good question to ask, [MENTION=8822]Clit_Beastwood[/MENTION] The glass transition temp for this material is around 190F. Thats when the material will start to get soft and 190F should be well enough above the range of car summer temps for just about everyone. Further, I'll guarantee my parts so that if any warp due to heat, I'll send a replacement, just pay shipping. :)
Thanks for taking the time! So far I've only 3d printed 1-2 things (pla) and looked like modern art after being left in the car.
 


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Shut up and take my money! The center box cup is a great idea. There's change and autocross time slips at the bottom of mine I'll never be able to get out.

**Suggestion for your next product, if you're not already making one, and if you are I want one: pull-out cup holder liner!
 


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This is good stuff.

I have been using the console cup and lid since [MENTION=5208]SirThomas88[/MENTION] first made them.
I believe it has been almost a year now and they are great.
 


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Dude thanks for making this stuff!

I'd get that extender thing but it would cover my build number plaque.

Suggestion on the console lid - it is a great quality piece for sure and super helpful. On future iterations you might turn the protruding "handle" part 90 degrees, it would make it easier for the driver to grab (yes, I own one).

Again, great stuff, thanks, + rep for you!!!!!!!!!!
 


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Shut up and take my money! The center box cup is a great idea. There's change and autocross time slips at the bottom of mine I'll never be able to get out.

**Suggestion for your next product, if you're not already making one, and if you are I want one: pull-out cup holder liner!
Hey... that's a possibility! Let me think about that. Is that just to make it easy to clean? Do you think the liner go all the way up the sides of the cup holder to just below the light accent, or just sit in the bottom with a slight lip to catch liquids and debris?
 


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On the cup holder, I'd think just a raised lip that doesn't interfere with the spring-loaded cup grabbers. And make it one-piece so you could grab it by the middle "bridge" between the holders to pull it out and clean it. Paypalled you for the other stuff. Thanks!
 


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On the cup holder, I'd think just a raised lip that doesn't interfere with the spring-loaded cup grabbers. And make it one-piece so you could grab it by the middle "bridge" between the holders to pull it out and clean it. Paypalled you for the other stuff. Thanks!
This! I can't tell you how many loose coffee cup lids or my kids juice things have made cleaning that it out a pita. Everything looks awesome!

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Dude thanks for making this stuff!

I'd get that extender thing but it would cover my build number plaque.

Suggestion on the console lid - it is a great quality piece for sure and super helpful. On future iterations you might turn the protruding "handle" part 90 degrees, it would make it easier for the driver to grab (yes, I own one).

Again, great stuff, thanks, + rep for you!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks man!

For the center console lid, here's how I pull it out with one finger. You may be doing it a different way than I do. Still, I think I'll add a slight overhang to the handle to make it even easier.


If you're interested in the cubbyhole extender, I bet I could make you one with a cut-out so it doesn't cover your plaque. I would just need the dimensions of the plaque (mm) and it's placement (how far back from the front edge it sits, picture with a ruler would help).
 


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