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    powerhouse Guest


    I'm looking to have my steering wheel restored to show quality. Any suggestions on quality people to due the job.
    Thanks mark

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    61special Guest


    Just a thought, maybe strip it back to metal (somehow, depending on what it's made out of), then perhaps just have it leather-bound by an upholsterer or someone similar. It would not look like it first did, i'm sure, but it would look brand new afterwards.

    (I'm talking of using maybe 1" wide strip of leather and wrapping it very tight around the wheel and having the inside of it either wrapped to, or painted, perhaps chromed).


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    The professionals use epoxy to mend thecracks, then a poly filler to finish the shape. Then the whole thing is primered and laccured , then buffed to a nice shine. You can do this yourself or hire the professional. Best of luck.
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