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01-19-2009 05:15 PM
infamousbliss try to find a rubi steering wheel it's got a chrome jeep logo on it. the first time i got into a rubi i saw that and just had to have one. lol now i went out and bought a rubi and i never get to drive it. my wife says it's hers. if we put both of them side by side you could tell i had intentions of driving the j/k around. she told me.
01-19-2009 05:02 PM
Gary2 I used one from Wheel skins . It look like it OE and it tightened up the loose feel that the wheel had . Just do like the instructions say , the tighter the better when installing it . Wheelskins - The World's Finest Genuine Leather Motoring Accessories, Steering Wheel Covers, Driving Gloves and Shift Boots
01-19-2009 03:30 PM
Jerry Bransford
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Originally Posted by rwcampbell View Post
The leather is coming off. And something black gets on your hands when you drive it.
I put one of those cheap covers on it, but the wive doesn't like it.
Sheesh, just install a better quality lace on leather steering wheel cover. They look great and add a little padding over the OE wheel. I've had an aftermarket lace on steering wheel cover on my TJ for about 12 years now and it's just now starting to show some wear. Under $20 nearly anywhere... just avoid the cheap vinyl steering wheel covers that look awful and also make your hands sweat.
01-19-2009 03:03 PM
Giancarlo no do not get a grant ... you lose the safety of the airbags
01-19-2009 11:21 AM
speepdaedeesi get a grant if your going to spend money on a steering wheel. can a cherokee wheel do this?



or get a better cover

or

tj wheel for 75 including shipping
eBay Motors: Jeep Wrangler TJ Steering Wheel 03 - 06 (item 180317710108 end time Jan-06-09 11:32:21 PST)


or go to

http://car-part.com/


it searches a database of every junk yard in the US
01-19-2009 11:00 AM
rwcampbell The leather is coming off. And something black gets on your hands when you drive it.
I put one of those cheap covers on it, but the wive doesn't like it.
01-19-2009 10:34 AM
Giancarlo my steering wheel is going bad too.. the wrapping is falling off so everytime im done driving my hands have black debris all over them..
01-19-2009 10:31 AM
slf41002 How does a steering wheel go bad??? Just curious Anyway I have one form a 97 I was getting ready to list on ebay.It has good air bag and a leather cover in great shape.
01-19-2009 08:30 AM
rwcampbell
steering wheel

Does anyone know if the wrangler and cherokee steering wheel are the same.
My wrangler steering wheel is bad, and I found a good deal on a used like
new cherokee steering wheel. Both are same year.

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