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Any recommendations on wheel retrim.....my original wheel is looking a little tired, and want to get it recovered over the winter months

thanks

 

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24 minutes ago, Jim Rummy said:

No affiliation and I’ve never used them, but every post I see dealing with retrims nearly always references types guys: https://royalsteeringwheels.com

Used them a few times, perfection each time.

£125 ish for a simple retrim on a momo with black stitching 

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Look up Jonathan Parr over on DDK . He is the go to guy for steering wheel refurbs and did a great job on mine a while ago. He is also a very nice fella.

 

Cheers

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5 hours ago, NigelJ said:

Look up Jonathan Parr over on DDK . He is the go to guy for steering wheel refurbs and did a great job on mine a while ago. He is also a very nice fella.

 

Cheers

Dropped Johnathan a line the other day haven’t heard anything of yet 👍👍

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He's a busy architect - doing the wheels is a bit of a hobby - and works abroad a lot but worth waiting for.

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No worries nige not in a rush to get it done 👍👍👍

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I bought steering wheel leather kit from Southbound trimmers in Stockbridge and stitched it myself over couple days.  Thought it’d be difficult but actually wasn’t too hard with curved needle

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When you refreshers you’re steering wheel did you treat the leather?

if so can you recommend a leather treatment and colour dye

thanks

On 11/11/2019 at 12:24 PM, jmatthew said:

I bought steering wheel leather kit from Southbound trimmers in Stockbridge and stitched it myself over couple days.  Thought it’d be difficult but actually wasn’t too hard with curved needle

 

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