I'm reviving a 4yr old thread. I just installed a leather cover direct from China ($45)and I like it a lot. Here is the run down
Removed (2) 10mm bolts back of steering controls.
(2) T20 screws back side of steering
Pulled horn piece with wires still connected out and sat it on top of steering wheel. Removed (4) T20 screws inside where the horn assembly would be. (2) on the left & (2) on the right. Pulled the steering controls out and disconnected them. Unscrew (2) PHILLIPS screws on the back at the 6 o' clock position. Lastly, pull the plastic piece that holds the controls toward you. There snapped in.
The kit came with a tool to tuck the excess leather under the control trim but the disassembly makes it look cleaner. 2 sided tape came with the kit but I used Loctite adhesive spray because I'm going over the existing factory leather and didn't want bulk. Quality of cover is nice and the wheel feels a bit thicker which suits large hands like mine. What I didn't like about the wrap was the thread to sew with. They gave me white instead of black and it's not waxy like wheelskins provides with there's. The white stitching you see is a foe look which is the color I wanted and I was referring to the actual sew string. Now, my sewing skills are trash and I did a terrible job but overall, I'm very happy with the cover. I had to go back and double stitch to close some gaps.
I also used beeswax and ran it all over the stitching to avoid fraying and it will tone down over time. Here is my new wrap.
Here is the link. http://m.aliexpress.com/item/2034803...bilesitedetail