only way to go
Reviewed By Alton B (West Brookfield, MA) Reviewed for a 1977 Chevy Corvette —11/22/2014 6:35 AM
This is my 2nd set and it's the only wrap for me. Real leather stitched on by hand. Like a Ferrari? It is a bit tedious to install but worth every bit.I used thrwrrap for my 77 vette and 04 sport trac.
Wheelskins for my FJ Cruiser
Reviewed By Dave S (Annandale, VA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser —11/21/2014 6:42 AM
The leather is high quality and the cover is well-made. The only thing lacking is a set of better directions. Most importantly, you should pull the waxed thread very tightly with each loop of the threading. Beware of bunching at the end of the threading process as loose material will gather at the end. It's the kind of thing that you'll be much better at the second time around, so don't be timid about starting over half way through if you don't think it looks right.
Looks even better than I expected
Reviewed By Jesse K (SALEM, WI) Reviewed for a 2009 Volkswagen Jetta —11/21/2014 6:57 AM
Although not quite a "factory" look due to the overlap on top of the steering wheel "spokes", the leather cover looks even better than I expected. With a little effort, the seams pulled tight and the cover was a perfect fit. I enjoy the slightly more substantial feel of the steering now, as well as the improved grip. There are cheaper options out there but with the effort that it takes to install, I wanted it done right the first time. Definitely recommended.