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Chrysler Town and Country Steering Wheel Covers

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Wheelskins Leather Steering Wheel Covers Reviews


Wheelskin adds nice feel

Reviewed By Gordon M (Lafayette, LA) Reviewed for a 2000 Chrysler Town and Country —11/25/2007 7:20 AM

I got the wheelskin to cover up the stock "leather" stearing wheel cover. I'm not sure what the stock one is made of but it turned black and started to rub off (tan is its stock color). The wheelskin feels great and was easy to put on. It does take about an hour just like the directions said. I used to the sand color for my tan colored interior. It seemed the closest although it is a bit lighter than the original. The only reason I gave it a 4 is because it doesn't cover the spoke leather sections. It would be nice if they made custom cut skins to fit the stock wheels that would cover the spokes like the original. It looks pretty good though and it is alot nicer than the slip on cover I used for a while. The leather is soft and smooth and feels great!

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Wheelskins EuroTone Leather Steering Wheel Covers Reviews


wheelskins covers

Reviewed By Hans L (DUNEDIN, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Hummer H2 —2/19/2015 12:22 AM

I have been buying these covers for years for different cars and always found them to be good quality. They look nice and give the steering wheel a nice feel.

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Wheelskins EuroPerf Perforated Leather Steering Wheel Covers Reviews


Factory steering wheel was slippery -Wheelskin is perfect!

Reviewed By John R (WEST LINN, OR) Reviewed for a 2014 Hyundai Elantra —1/28/2015 10:17 AM

Installed a cobalt/black perforated Wheelskin cover on my Hyundai Elantra GT. Looks beautiful, feels excellent - grippy but not sticky, with some cushion for my grip, and it sticks to the wheel like it was glued on. Installation is a bit of work. Read the directions a couple of times, and even watch some YouTube videos. I did it outside on a 50 degree day, and didn't get the leather stretched completely over the thumb rests. Be sure to do it when it's warm! I'll redo mine when it's warmer.

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