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Old 06-29-2005, 09:27 AM   #1
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Anyone know if there any leather steering wheel covers that fit the entire wheel (not just the outer edge?) The wheelskins ones as you know just cover the outside::


Does anyone have this kind of cover? If it does look good black on black I may get one. Otherwise I'll have to try and find the OEM one, but new those are $400 (without leather they are $144...must be some expensive leather ). Maybe I could find one in a junkyard

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Your new ride doesn't have leather I take it?
I would think that wouldn't look bad at all Black on Black.
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No leather :(. I almost got one with leather interior, seats had suede too. I just like the look of the leather wheel and shift **** better than plastic. I like leather seats, but I can go without them, but I do want the leather on the steering wheel and shift ****.

I ordered a parts list for my car so hopefully I'll find that the shift **** is not crazy expensive.
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Finding a 2004 in the junkyard will be tough. Try this place: http://www.donsauto.com/ as they often get newer stuff in. They are in binghamton, right next to the u-pullit yard I go to.
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Finding a 2004 in the junkyard will be tough. Try this place: http://www.donsauto.com/ as they often get newer stuff in. They are in binghamton, right next to the u-pullit yard I go to.
Thanks for the link. I was thinking on going to Gary'* down there sometime this summer.
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Good luck...parts for brand new are tough.
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Paulnold has a wheelskins cover. I PM'd him about it a year or two ago.

I need one now.... lol
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Look for a rehapolstery place
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