Wheelskin installation tips.
(1)As your installing it be sure that you roll the seam back, away from the drives view, makes a much cleaner look.
(2) Get something like a large paperclip and bend a hook in the end of it. After lacing 5 or 6 inches, use your fingers to pinch the gap closed and while holding it that way use the hook to pull the laces tight. This will ensure that the wheelskin is good and tight.
(3) keep a very careful count on the holes as you stitch it on. It is really important that the holes line up or the thread will pull a wrinkle in the wheel skin. Those connection points on the steering wheel are tricky and you will have to use "Dummy" stitches in the front (see instructions). Dont stop your stitches flush with the wheel support, instead lace in two extra holes and let the thread kind of wrap around the support. You will have to leave the lacing pretty loose to get behind the support but this will make a much better installation. When you are installing the "Dummy" threads you will think that that floopy section will be a problem but if you draw the two extra laces on each side tight, it will not raise up while driving.
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