'92 300TE 4matic 280,000miles, '92 300TE 4Matic 'Ice Blue Metalic' 101,000miles
I made the mistake on the first one of not offsetting the Wheelskin seam from the factory seam. In other words, don't lay the Wheelskin seem right over the factory wheel seam.yeah, I 2nd the Wheelskin thing too... Gotta bea real Wheelskin branded one, when I've trie dother brands in the past, they just weren't as nice.
I've done those on Volvo leather wrapped wheels as well as my Cabrio wheel.. The 25-30 year old steering wheels get sticky in hot weather when your hands are sweaty, and started coming off.
Installed carefully, the Wheelskin fits like a glove. I do suggest getting a metal thimble big enough for a middle finger to help push that needle through over and over and over, and get the stitching as tight as you can. When you knot off the ends at the 6-oclock point, leave about 1/2" or so on each end, and use a very small flat screwdriver to push the thread ends under the other stitches so they don't fray and unravel.