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Replacement dipstick handle

Replacement dipstick handle

Regular price $9.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $9.99 USD
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04-36200 FM-PROUD



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Warranty: 1 year

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The dipsticks on NA and NB Miatas have a plastic handle on top. That's good because it won't burn your hands when you go to check the oil, but they do break. Then you're either buying a new dipstick or you have to try to grab the little remaining stub every time you want to check the oil.

Until now! We have designed a clip-on replacement handle. It's made of carbon-fiber reinforced nylon so it's strong, it can handle high heat levels and it's easy to install. It also has nicely curved edges on it so it's comfortable to use, more so than the factory one! The hole in the middle is 1mm larger than stock for those with full-size fingers.

Note that while it's fun to clip the handle on and off again dozens of times to play with it, this will eventually weaken the attachment.

Made on our in-house high end 3D printer and designed by Flyin' Miata. Learn more about our printers and our Onyx material.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews

Perfect fit

Hard to Install

Look, I'm not gonna lie, I'm kind of dumb.

I bought this dipstick handle to replace the broken one on my Miata.

I stuck it on, and it ended up falling off during a drive a few weeks later.

Definitely would have much preferred to just get a new dipstick.

Since each dipstick breaks in a slightly different way, our dipstick handle is a perfect snap-fit on some and loose on others. As the instructions note, if there's any question about how secure the handle is, use superglue to secure it in place.

works as advertised

Follow the directions and it works as advertised.

Do the trick

Not much to add. Took me 5 minutes to get rid of what was left of the old handle and 5 seconds to finish the job. All good

Scott V.
A little loose

I followed the instructions, but the dipstick handle was a little loose. No biggie. A little Brakekleen, then a little JB Weld, followed by drilling through just the plastic with a 3/64" Dremel drill bit. I clipped the ends off the drill bit-that sucker is permanent!