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Steering Wheel Covers.
#1
Hey Guys.. 

As mentioned in the other threads, herewith are some pics of the steering wheel covers that we can get.

If you are interested let me know and we can arrange for you. If members want we can do a group buy. 
I would require a picture of the steering wheel you want to cover in order to verify its the right wheel cover being acquired for you. 

Cover Materials available:
Artificial Leather (cheapest cover)
Genuine Leather
Suede
Carbon
Alcantara (most expensive)

The kits come complete with the tools required to do the installation 
* Steering Wheel CoverNeedle 
* Install InstructionsThimble for thumb Protection 
* Thimble 
* Needle
* Sowing Thread
* Blade 
* Double sided tape

Im still finalizing a better price with the vendors so that i can get these in for you guys.. 
If i get more numbers it will obviously benefit the persons involved. 


Feel free to ask me any questions should you require any further information. 
You are also welcome to PM me.


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#2
Definitely keen!

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'16 Austin Yellow F80 M3 DCT - CURRENT
'15 Mineral White / Coral Red M235i  - SOLD
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#3
price on the last one in your pic?

is this the merwant brand?
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#4
Im keen, for an e36 M3
Current: 1998 BMW M3
2012 E90 320d Msport
Ex: Astra Coupe Turbo
Ex: Honda civic Vtec
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#5
Hi Danny.

Just a quick question. To what extent does the cover affect the thickness of the actual wheel?
Proud BMW enthusiast
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#6
(17-06-2020, 02:52 PM)Diesellover Wrote: Hi Danny.

Just a quick question. To what extent does the cover affect the thickness of the actual wheel?

If you look at the dimensions of the cover thickness, then you can tell the thickness increase when you apply it. But whoever has applied it before says its always feels VERY thick at first due to your hand feeling the difference and the new steering wheel cover still being hard and as it get used it settles in and becomes thinner and then also, your hands are accustomed to the size now.
Current:
2013 EB BMW M135i F20 - DP, K&N Filter, Xcede Stage 2 - 264wkw/635wnm
2016 Ice White Hyundai ix35 R2.0 CRDi Elite -
2008 Silverbird Grey VW Polo 1.4i Trendline

Gone but never forgotten:
2011 Mercedes-Benz C250 CDi BE Avantgarde - Madness Tuned
2010 Titanium Silver BMW 320d Exclusive E90 LCi - Chiplogic Tuned
2008 Stratosgrau Stratos Grey BMW 320i Individual E90
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#7
Looks great, when the budget allows I'll look at the alcantara options.
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#8
So just to add some information.

These are the Mewant Brand of steering covers.
I will update pricing when i have confirmed what pricing the vendor will give us, but thus far pricing will be around

Artificial Leather - R850
Genuine Leather/Suede/Carbon - R1250
Alcantara - R1800

You welcome to go check there site and price it accordingly with your shipping and then factor in customs and see what that will come to.

(17-06-2020, 02:43 PM)Coupe Turbo GP Wrote: Im keen, for an e36 M3


Sure just send me your contact details so that we can establish which steering wheel style you have and work from there.

(17-06-2020, 03:59 PM)AshG108 Wrote:
(17-06-2020, 02:52 PM)Diesellover Wrote: Hi Danny.

Just a quick question. To what extent does the cover affect the thickness of the actual wheel?

If you look at the dimensions of the cover thickness, then you can tell the thickness increase when you apply it. But whoever has applied it before says its always feels VERY thick at first due to your hand feeling the difference and the new steering wheel cover still being hard and as it get used it settles in and becomes thinner and then also, your hands are accustomed to the size now.

As mentioned by Ash, yes the cover adds some thickness to the steering wheel(thickness of the material) as this goes over the stock covering. If you remove the stock covering the dimensions of this steering cover will be out. It is designed to go over the existing cover.

I will ask the vendor what the thickness of the material is so that we can work out what the initial thickness is added to the wheel
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#9
I would love to do this, but I'm afraid to mess it up...
No, no, he didn’t slam you, he didn’t bump you, he didn’t nudge you… he *rubbed* you. And rubbin, son, is racin’. – Harry Hogge, Days of Thunder

Current Rides
2007 530d MSport (DP, 76mm exhaust, RK Motion tune, OEM M6 wheels)
2012 X1 2.0D MSport
1996 200 Si Camry
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#10
So confirmed with the vendor, the thickness of these covers is 1.4mm
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#11
@sash

Its actually easy
i ordered a Very cheap one off ebay and tried my hand at it on a wheel
note that its Not a perfect fit one but i just wanted the cheapest so if i messed it up i wudnt die. LOL

           

@Danny@DSCmotorsport , Im keen on the E46 Msport wheel ( genunine Leather ). no harm in keeping a spare
Present:
2001 E46 330i Touring (Facelifted)
1975 VW passat LS coupe (Resto Project toy)

Past:
2002 BMW E46 320i
2004 VW Mk1 Golf Velocity (1.4l)
2000 Honda Ballade (150i)
1975 Audi 80 (Baby 100)
1981 VW Mk1 Golf 2door Gti (2.1l Stroker)
1980 VW Mk1 Golf 2door L (1.3l)
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#12
Just drop me a price with your contact number and will WhatsApp you a little later.

We currently have 5 interested parties

1*e36
2*e46
1*e82
1*f80 m3


Thanks all.
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#13
To the top we go...

let me know if you interested in a cover so we can sort out and get the order done.

Thanks
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#14
Giving this a few more days to add anyone interested.

I will pm all the those who have expressed interest in Wednesday to final everything so we can order those covers.
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#15
(18-06-2020, 09:53 AM)sash Wrote: I would love to do this, but I'm afraid to mess it up...

That is why I first ordered a cheap one so I can do it better next time.
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#16
This is where we stand currently


2*e46
1*e82
1*e90
1*f80 m3
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#17
Im keen for my e90.
She is looking bad these days.
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#18
(29-06-2020, 10:18 AM)Nick Wrote: Im keen for my e90.
She is looking bad these days.
Will send you a pm shortly

Adding a f20 m135i cover
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#19
What’s the turn around on one of these? Genuine leather and suede for F30? Also where is he carbon bits?

Thanks
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#20
I might be interested too, mine is looking very sad, it'll be for an E90 msport wheel. Please DM me.
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