Reviewed By Stephen S (Dover, NH) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan Frontier —11/29/2005 4:57 AM
Took about an hour to install as advertised. Looks good, feels good. Arrived in two days. All in all I feel it was worth the money spent.
Reviewed By Frank A (Wilmington, DE) Reviewed for a 1998 Nissan Frontier —6/15/2014 5:41 AM
Shipment of the product was very fast. Received with good packaging, and in good condition. The directions, and diagrams were very clear, and easy to understand. Installation took approx. one (1) hour. The quality of the leather is the best, looks professionally installed, and feels great in your hands. I just had my '98 Nissan Frontier painted Aztec Red, and the interior is charcoal. The wheel cover is red top/bottom, and charcoal on the sides, and matches the truck perfectly.
Reviewed By Ben R (Bakersfield, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Frontier —8/19/2011 7:38 AM
Could have purchased the PepBoys leather in the box for 15bucks, don't get me wrong i've used them many times over and they do the job just fine. That said, IF you're like me and you don't mind paying the additional bucks for some really high leather quality feel and fit and the custom choices these are for you! Like anything else, after the first time you do something it's a learning lesson, i give myself a B+ on the stitching, i can live with the minor hidden mistakes. One hint, on wide spokes cut a separate piece of string to do the dummy stitch.Any leather/crafts store carries the wax string. Better yet, align your cover to exactly where you want it and do the dummy stitches first to maximize on the length of string avoid waste. This was installed on my Nissan Frontier PU. I would love to put thme on my MerBenz Ecoupe, however the steering wheel has "grip contours" not sure if the leather has the cuts to match.