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  • Reproducing Defroster Vents

    Long story short; I need new defroster vents, so I decided I want to produce at least one batch for the community. I've been building a Cad model for a couple weeks now and I'm looking for someone in SoCal who could print them. I had a first draft printed and it was a bit rough, which I expected on the first one, and I had some of the dimensions a little off, so I fixed a few things and I'm ready to take more steps toward the final goal. If interested in purchasing new vents, please comment below. To contact me for printing, please PM me here, on facebook or instagram, or at jared82bennett@gmail.com
    A mechanic knows how; A technician knows why.

    Wrecked. Repairs in Progress"Frankie" 1957 Chevrolet 3100, NA 2bbl 283cuin, Muncy Granny 4sp, 3.90 Open Diff @ ~95K miles

    Wrecked. Repairs in Progress"Alice" 1991 Ford Festiva L, NA EFI B3, 5sp @150k miles

    Reassembling"Aurora" 1991 Ford Festiva L, NA EFI B3, 5sp @240k miles

    FB Festiva page: Jared Bennett
    Instagram: jaredbear82

  • #2
    The Kia part numbers are MDA0160121 NOZZLE ASSY-DEFROSTER RH
    and MDA0160122 NOZZLE ASSY-DEFROSTER LH
    If you can't get them from Four Green, PM me your mailing address and I will send you a pair.

    These are cheap blowmold plastic parts. They should cost about $4 each + shipping

    I found the part numbers on the
    Russian website under electrical then subcategory otopitel, which means heater.
    Last edited by bravekozak; 02-11-2019, 09:17 PM.

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    • #3
      I really wish someone would've told me this two weeks ago when I was asking on the FB page.
      A mechanic knows how; A technician knows why.

      Wrecked. Repairs in Progress"Frankie" 1957 Chevrolet 3100, NA 2bbl 283cuin, Muncy Granny 4sp, 3.90 Open Diff @ ~95K miles

      Wrecked. Repairs in Progress"Alice" 1991 Ford Festiva L, NA EFI B3, 5sp @150k miles

      Reassembling"Aurora" 1991 Ford Festiva L, NA EFI B3, 5sp @240k miles

      FB Festiva page: Jared Bennett
      Instagram: jaredbear82

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      • #4
        Why would you go to the effort of reproducing these when you can just find a junkyard car and get them for next to nothing?

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        • #5
          SoCal JYs are all picked clean
          A mechanic knows how; A technician knows why.

          Wrecked. Repairs in Progress"Frankie" 1957 Chevrolet 3100, NA 2bbl 283cuin, Muncy Granny 4sp, 3.90 Open Diff @ ~95K miles

          Wrecked. Repairs in Progress"Alice" 1991 Ford Festiva L, NA EFI B3, 5sp @150k miles

          Reassembling"Aurora" 1991 Ford Festiva L, NA EFI B3, 5sp @240k miles

          FB Festiva page: Jared Bennett
          Instagram: jaredbear82

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          • #6
            I don't think these are avilable. I think I tried to order them in the past. I could be wrong..if you find out there are in stock please let me know. Or I would be intrested in a set of 3d printed ones.

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