|Item Weight||3.19 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.7 x 3.8 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||C0196|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||C0196|
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LemonBest Universal Pu Leather Car Steering Wheel Cover Anti Slip Auto Car Stitch On Wrap Cover 15
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- Breathable, comfortable and anti-slip sweatband
- Made of soft and durable PU leather material
- With thread and needle
- Circumference: 104 + 2 cm, Suit for the diameter of steering wheel around 38 cm.
- Great for replacing a damaged or worn original factory leather covered steering wheels.
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Adds style to your existing steering wheel.
Material : PU Leather
Pore exquisite and comfortable handle
Great for replacing a damaged or worn original factory leather covered steering wheels.
Color : Black; Grey
Outer Diameter: approx. 38cm (Please notice the size before you buy it!)
Total Length: approx. 106cm
Width: 10.5 cm
1 x Leather Steering Wheel Cover
1 X needle
1 X thread
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So I plunked down my $8, waited a week for the shipping from China, and after 1.5 hours of sewing labor that really any person with reasonable hand dexterity and patience can do, I am very happy with the results. It looks great and has a smooth feel that greatly improves upon the "rubberized plastic" of the stock steering wheel in my 2011 Subaru Forester. I shaved off a star on my rating since the cover does not completely fit around the flared sections of my steering wheel, but it is barely noticeable and does not bother me while driving. I included a picture of that as well as a couple others of the final product to give you a better idea of how it looks.
If you want a perfect fit, pay your $60+ and go with a custom-fitted cover. Otherwise you can't beat the quality and appearance of this cover for under $10.
UPDATE 4/2017: I just wanted to add that going on 2 years later, the cover still looks and feels great.
Helpful Hints: Run under hot water, wrap in towel, microwave 1 minute, stretch on to wheel. Worked great. You might think it isn't going to fit at first. Be patient. 2 threads provided. Holes pre drilled. Use second row as you get closer to wheels "spokes" as you will be counting on that leather to be more load bearing. I used super glue to secure final knot, allowed to dry, then cut needle free.
I watched many videos on YouTube to get an idea of what I was doing. Ultimately the one that gave me the best idea was one of a nice Audi wheel/cover titled "Racing Feeling Steering Wheel Cover Installation." Although I did not double thread the needle as in the video, only single thread. It mostly helped me in getting started and which direction I should be going through the loops. I started off near the bottom by going through one of the holes the existing perimeter stitch was sewn through. I then sewed threw the existing perimeter stitch "loops" (as they are referred to in the video) in a repetitive pattern, double stitching near the spokes, and dummy stitching on the front around the spokes. The basic pattern is to always stitch towards the middle where the two edges of the cover will meet: in the front towards the middle, then from the back towards the middle, tighten and repeat on next loop.
I've never sewn anything before, but it was actually kind of fun. Just wait for a cool day, put on a podcast and get to work.
Update: Still great over a year later 4/25/16
I am noticing that folks have kind of botched their stiches saying they ran out of thread and when looking at their pics they are putting thread through leather the whole way through. You only put through leather to START the stich, then run the needle through the thread ALREADY in the leather (kind of like lacing a sneaker) and you'll get that professional diamond stich found in factory wheels. Do this and you'll have plenty of slack. Pics to come later.
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I purchased this in order to get a perfect fit and to cover my aging steering wheel. This was EXACTLY what I wanted and needed!
Easy to install once you get hang of it. The installation can be found on youtube by many people and is easy to follow. One trick I did was wet the item in hot water, wrapped in towel and microwaved for 30 seconds, immediately brought out to van and it stretched on and I started sewing.
Another tip, instead of stopping at posts, loop it a few times tight and thread through back of post into factory stitching, it hides it and you end up with less end knots. I burned the end knots and touched the end knots in clear crazy glue just to be sure it never lets go
Looks and feels beautiful in every way. I used this on my 2006 Dodge Caravan. If you are wondering if you should buy it, please do, you will be happy I am sure just as I am!
I am free to answer any questions anyone has or if you need more pictures just ask a question up top :)
***2 YEAR UPDATE! The review stands, this item is worth every penny!
Some reviews say there isn't enough string included. THAT'S BS! With the steering wheel being larger than most, I still had about 2 feet of string left on the first "roll". Didn't even need the second piece. I'm including photos to show how to do it. If you happen to break some of the sewn it string, just use the holes in the material to keep going until you get to a point where the sewn string is tight enough. Hard to explain but you'll see what I mean if it happens to you. Hope this helps someone.
P.S. Wear gloves or tape up your fingers while sewing, I got a nasty blister on my finger from the string because I didn't.
After installation, the steering wheel cover looks great on my Kia Rio 5 (I would say I spent around 1 - 1.5 hours on installing it) and the feel is pretty good.
It is like a second skin on the steering wheel , kinda feels like a factory installed. Fit's perfectly on a 2013 Mitsubishi RVR. I will update on the durability of the product at a later date , but so far good !
Update: Two years later still on and working great.
Installed on 2008 Aveo