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Old 07-24-2018, 10:32 AM
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I have a 2016 XLT sport, I noticed the top of my steering wheel is peeling (WTH!!) Is there a recommended wheel cover you great people recommend?
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I have a leather Wheelskin on my '13 and its holding up nicely. They are a custom fit available in many colors. If you take your time stitching it up, it will look pretty close to factory.
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I have a leather Wheelskin on my '13 and its holding up nicely. They are a custom fit available in many colors. If you take your time stitching it up, it will look pretty close to factory.

Just googled them, wow they look nice!! thank you.
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Just googled them, wow they look nice!! thank you.
There are some pictures in the first couple of pages of my build thread if you want to see what they look like installed and also the stitching pattern I used.
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Make sure you count the holes to line it up and stitch it TIGHT and it will look OEM. It was a very important thing for me to do with a urethane steering wheel on my 2009 XLT. I did a few small things to my truck to really upgrade the looks/feel. This was one of them.

This was mine right after I installed it. The brown as worn but the black is still solid.
​​​​​​https://www.f150forum.com/f4/has-any...3/#post3892517

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