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    Rewrap your worn steering wheel with us! For LESS!

    Ever wondered how difficult it is to rewrap your worn steering wheel by yourself?

    Here's something you may find interesteing and useful:

    https://youtu.be/tndTCnj1F6U

    If you like what you've just seen and want to upgrade your steering wheel with a new, custom made steering wheel wrap, meet us at RedlineGoods.com and make proper use of our current DISCOUNT CODE: 1EZ4G7PX6439 - it'll give you ADDITIONAL 10% DISCOUNT, ON TOP OF OUR REGULAR DISCOUNTS SCHEME :thumbs:

    Enjoy! and Take Pride In Your Ride!

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    Nice work

    Do you remove the current outer leather and re-wrap or just wrap on top of/over the original?

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    In most cases (all our BMW wraps) our steering wheel covers are designed as replacements to original leather so yes, you need to remove current leather before putting ours on.

    Should you have any more questions, do not hesitate to ask. I'm here to help :-)


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    I got a Redline skin for my C5 Corvette wheel 6 years ago. I couldn't possibly install it myself because I'm a big doofus so I sent it to them to do it for me. The quality is fantastic. It looks great and has held up to 50k miles of use. The "added padding" option is nice.

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    Yeah ... not buyin' the doofus part

    "myself because I'm a big doofus so", Luke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LappingLuke View Post
    I got a Redline skin for my C5 Corvette wheel 6 years ago. I couldn't possibly install it myself because I'm a big doofus so I sent it to them to do it for me. The quality is fantastic. It looks great and has held up to 50k miles of use. The "added padding" option is nice.
    Thank you :-)

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