The leather quality is excellent, and the fitment of the cover is generally good. Install is painstaking and slow. Here are some suggestions based on my experience. Suggestions for customer: 1. If you have material changes where there is a seam that must be matched, COUNT THE STITCHES from the seam to the closest spoke. The number of stitches on each side is NOT the same and if you don’t count the stitches and instead just start at the end stitch of each side, the material change will not line up. Ask me how I know lol. 2. REMOVE THE STEERING WHEEL. If you do not remove the steering wheel, it will make your life miserable. Also, if you don’t remove the steering wheel, you will not be able to tuck the leather in the back. Suggestion for East Detailing: 1. Provide string that is cut to the necessary amount for each wheel segment. I was provided with 2 spools of thread which were far too long, however I could not cut the thread because I didn’t know how much I would need and couldn’t risk cutting it too short. Because of this I spent MORE TIME UNTANGLING AND UNTWISTING the thread after every stitch, as I did actually stitching. Had the correct lengths of thread been provided for each segment, this would have been dramatically improved. 2. PLEASE make the same number of stiches on each side between material changes and the spokes (see suggestion 1 to customer above).
Overall, I would suggest this steering wheel cover kit, but be warned of the above-mentioned items.
Very good quality and so easy to install
Took about 1.5 hours to install once you get the hang of threading the string.