I’m mostly finished a modification of the adafruit part to convert it to this. I’m done for tonite and busy tomorrow but a part should be along soon (only pcb and the fzp file to finish). I found board dimensions (if not hole nor header placement which are just guesses) on ebay so it won’t be quite correct unless you can measure the placement of the holes and the pins with calipers but it should do the job. The adafruit part looks to be the alternate layout for this same display (only 10 pins instead of 16, different mounting holes and board size).
edit: This part should do what you need. Note that breadboard and pcb positions are a guess from the photos online as I can’t see a mechanical drawing anywhere so if you need accurate mounting holes you would need to measure a real board and adjust the part to match. One other late thought: if you are using this on a 5V system you need level translators such as the 74ahc367 or 74ahc541 (both available in parts submit) to translate the 5V levels to 3.3V. Despite what the ebay post says these devices are not 5V tolerant, they want 3.3v VCC and 3.3v signal levels.
kmr1_8_spi_tft.fzpz (8.2 KB)