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Volkswagen Beetle Steering Wheel Covers

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Wheelskins Leather Steering Wheel Covers Reviews


Fantastic look and feel!

Reviewed By Robert K (Aptos, CA) Reviewed for a 1963 Volkswagen Beetle —8/27/2010 9:43 PM

I just finished installing the wheelskins genuine leather steering wheel cover on my 63 VW bug and it looks fantastic. I chose the cover to help give the thin, stock steering wheel a thicker look and feel. Well, I can tell you that it provided both of those benefits plus, it covered the pealing grip. I'm very particular when it comes to my bug but the sand color was a perfect match to the original off-white interior. It's important to follow the directions on the stitch pattern and really give the line a good tug so the cover is nice and snug. The only somewhat challenging parts are around the spokes, but it just takes a little foresight on when you want to start looping the line around the front of the spokes in dummy stitches. It's thankfully easy to correct errors by just unstitching - I ended up not being quite happy on how I'd crisscrossed some of the line around one of the spokes, so I did that spot over again. The install will take the typical person about an hour to do and is well worth it. I would suggest that you use a pair of light gloves as the instructions recommend because I cut my finger while pulling the cord tight. You'd really be hard pressed to tell that the cover isn't OEM unless you really knew what the steering wheel is supposed to look like. As I said before, I am pretty picky on what goes into my vehicles and I would definitely recommend this if your steering wheel needs.

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Dash Designs Racing Grip Steering Wheel Cover Reviews


Built for the long hall, the best there is.

Reviewed By Robert D (ALLENTOWN, PA) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda Miata/MX-5 —10/13/2017 10:23 AM

This is my second Dash Designs steering wheel grip. My first one is a different style and is three years old and would probably go three more years. When you put on a dash designs grip cover you would swear they sent the wrong size, they fit that tight and require no lacing. My Miata takes the smallest size. I'm keeping my first one in a box for later use, probably much later.

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Wheelskins EuroPerf Perforated Leather Steering Wheel Covers Reviews


Some advice...

Reviewed By Jamie B (MESA, AZ) Reviewed for a 2016 Honda Accord —10/12/2017 7:57 PM

I had to install mine twice because the holes used to thread the skin can be very hard to distinguish between the perforated sections on the black skin. I enlarged the holes before the second install, helped very much. Be sure to count the holes in the rear of a spoke when skipping in the front so you match up exactly. If you don't you'll end up with extra leather bunched up. Take your time, enlarge holes first and count stitches and it should go ok. My 2nd time around was much easier.

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