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Alright, so if you are SICK of your LS sandpaper steering wheel and can't find a comfortable steering wheel cover, this is for you. Got a Wheelskins cover a couple weeks ago, and it's a lace-on leather style one. Takes about an hour to lace on, they give you the string and the needle. You can get either a solid color, two-tone, like I got, and even a perforated texture. It seems to be really high quality leather, and it's nice and tight. Doesn't FEEL like a cover at all. Anybody else do this? (Oh fyi, rally yellow owners, the yellow is SPOT ON, so no worries there.)

Wheelskins - The World's Finest Genuine Leather Motoring Accessories, Steering Wheel Covers, Driving Gloves and Shift Boots
 

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Had one of these on my honda, red/black, they look really good and work out very well, last a long time too.
 

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Looks awesome, I'll have to look in to that.
 

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That's real cool! Hmm, maybe something for the future!
 
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