Reviewed By Andreas H (Rockledge, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-150 —6/21/2016 10:21 AM
I have had several of these and would only buy this brand in the future. Easy install and great look/feel.
Reviewed By Tom F (FRANKLIN, NC) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Wrangler —6/21/2016 3:48 AM
I did some shopping and found Wheel Skins got the best rating & used real leather. I found the best price on AutoAnything, Free and fast shipping. It took 2 hours, a few mistakes and back tracking to tighten up some loose stiches. It looks good and feel great. Instructions emphasize to pull it tight and I agee. How tight? Keep working with it until the edges meet. I was not able to make the two spoke sections of the steering wheel look decent. Afraid I might tear the leather. Otherwise great!
Reviewed By James R (Hanahan, SC) Reviewed for a 2006 Mazda Miata/MX-5 —5/5/2016 3:05 PM
I got them for my 06 MX-5 in two tone blue and black. The seat covers & steering wheel cover fit perfectly, both are very comfortable and attractive. The blue was darker than it appeared on the website but it still looks good. I recommend these to anyone.
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Thanks to constant use, one of the first places in your interior to get gummed up and to show wear and tear is the steering wheel. Even after cleaning, it’s hard to cover up that black hand goo and any wear spots. So what’s a discerning driver to do when faced with the grungy steering wheel? Cover it, that’s what. And, if you’re wondering how to install a steering wheel cover, you’re in the right spot.
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