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A friend of mine broke his stem on his ash tray. Has anyone had to come up with a repair to remedy this? Please advise. Thanks Fanatics!

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A friend of mine broke his stem on his ash tray. Has anyone had to come up with a repair to remedy this? Please advise. Thanks Fanatics!
I am reverse engineering a billet repair part. Availability in 4 weeks.

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The GM part number is 89045011 for the "F" latch that fits into the door part, runs about $13. If you are good with a dremel, some owners have made plastic replacements that worked as well.

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I am reverse engineering a billet repair part. Availability in 4 weeks.

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That should last a lot longer ...... any word on the roof strut replacements yet?

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I am reverse engineering a billet repair part. Availability in 4 weeks.

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If this is the male/female unit that keep the ash tray closed?? add me to the "I want that part list" mine is also broken
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The GM part number is 89045011 for the "F" latch that fits into the door part, runs about $13. If you are good with a dremel, some owners have made plastic replacements that worked as well.
Hi Mike,

The part that I am working on is a repair kit for the 10369536 when the plastic protrusion snaps off. The cost of the ashtray part is about $160 plus shipping........ Unacceptable. I am working to come up with cad drawings to feed the CNC machinery and build these in a consistent manner. It's a really small part that will offer an OEM looking repair.

I'm test installing a pair of roof struts this weekend to validate the installation tooling and installation procedure. Struts are easy to do........ Installation tooling is a challenge. I've he some great help..... Finally bringing this to fruition.

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Talked with the shop making the part today. He's decided that it would be better if laser cut out of stainless. He knows what he's doing........

What I need now is an ashtray with a BROKEN latch tang. I will use it for the test repair fix and return it back to the original provider........

Anyone have a broken inner ash tray at they can ship to me?

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How is that ash tray door pin repair mod coming. I've fixed mine 3 times and would like to replace it if it happens again and it will no doubt. It should have been mettle to begin with. Way too much plastic on this vehicle. I have also been looking into a shorty header but no one makes it for the mid size. I may just have to contract them out for production. I'm sure some members here would be interested in a set nicely finished in silver ceramic. Although shorty's don't add much in HP but they do provide a very nice under hood finish fitment which is an easy DIY upgrade. Thanks
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How is that ash tray door pin repair mod coming. I've fixed mine 3 times and would like to replace it if it happens again and it will no doubt. It should have been mettle to begin with. Way too much plastic on this vehicle. I have also been looking into a shorty header but no one makes it for the mid size. I may just have to contract them out for production. I'm sure some members here would be interested in a set nicely finished in silver ceramic. Although shorty's don't add much in HP but they do provide a very nice under hood finish fitment which is an easy DIY upgrade. Thanks
We have the first samples of the part finished. We made 12 of them. Six of them have been put together and welded, the other six have not been put together yet. I have to deburr them in a tumbler before they can be used. The experiment is to see if they can be assembled before deburring, or if I need to deburr them before assembly. I'll know this by the middle of the week.

The first finished repair part will be ready to ship late next week. Are you willing to be a test case for me?

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I know this is a silly question, but--what about this 3D printing? I see in the news, where they reproduce gun parts and other items. I'm sure its $$$ but maybe in the near future??
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I know this is a silly question, but--what about this 3D printing? I see in the news, where they reproduce gun parts and other items. I'm sure its $$$ but maybe in the near future??
Really hard to do 3d printing in stainless steel...... E repair should be a winning solution. Got to get some test cases first.

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Did you ever get those latch's for the ashtray made?

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Yes, it is..... I just have not loaded it onto the website yet. I can send one with some instructions, if you like. They are currently $20 plus a couple bucks shipping. I also have the receptacle that mounts into the dash for a few bucks if you need one of them too.

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Hi Mike, my ash tray has been broke almost since my truck was new in 2003, I would like to put both in my truck both pieces are flemsy plastic, what a joke, is the dash part hard to get in? How can I order it? Thanks Fred
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Hi Mike, my ash tray has been broke almost since my truck was new in 2003, I would like to put both in my truck both pieces are flemsy plastic, what a joke, is the dash part hard to get in? How can I order it? Thanks Fred
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Hi Mike, my ash tray has been broke almost since my truck was new in 2003, I would like to put both in my truck both pieces are flemsy plastic, what a joke, is the dash part hard to get in? How can I order it? Thanks Fred
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The plastic dash receptacle (GM p/n 89045011) is $7..... I can send one with the stainless ashtray piece if you wish. The male stainless ashtray part is $23.99, plus 1 cent shipping. I will have it on my web site in the morning.

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A friend of mine broke his stem on his ash tray. Has anyone had to come up with a repair to remedy this? Please advise. Thanks Fanatics!
Regarding the ashtray stem, mine didn't line up properly and it also broke off. I purchased some very small rectangular magnets (at Lowe's) and super glued a set on each side of the stem (in the recessed areas). The ash tray door works great and you can barely see the modification.
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