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Old 05-14-2019, 02:04 PM   #1
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Redline Goods Steering Wheel

I just received my wheel from Red line goods. It seems a bit naked. Should it have the silver trim bits on the 4 spokes? Should it have anything else?

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Old 05-14-2019, 02:10 PM   #2
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Pretty sure youre supposed to transfer those pieces from your existing one. Looks nice though
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Old 05-14-2019, 03:35 PM   #3
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Yes, need the spoke covers. I ordered new ones from GTOG8TA . com when Redline did my wheel.
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Looks nice. Care to post some more photos of the wheel from more angles?
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Will do tonight. Who likes the setting of a Mobil 1 hat with harbor freight coupons.


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Well at least you're keeping the car/garage theme going. I've been thinking about having redline redo my steering wheel too how is the quality? I think one of the members here had some quality/workmanship issues. You definitely need the covers on the spokes. Looks really nice! More pics would be great too, but use the Victoria's Secret or Fredrick's catalog in the background.
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Noted, lol.

My concern is that leather is so high/deep/large that the clips won’t be able to fit. We”ll see.


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Well at least you're keeping the car/garage theme going. I've been thinking about having redline redo my steering wheel too how is the quality? I think one of the members here had some quality/workmanship issues. You definitely need the covers on the spokes. Looks really nice! More pics would be great too, but use the Victoria's Secret or Fredrick's catalog in the background.

I have the issue with them. Their website verbiage is misleading. I've spoken to them about the short-comings of their website and they were very defensive about the website and how its impossible to improve it.

If you speak directly to someone at Redline, I'm sure you can get a quality product.

I went through their website and ended up with a sub-par item. Again, its not terrible, its just not what I was paying for. I opt'd for the "perforated leather option" At no point did the website point out that the perforated leather is a different leather that will have a different shade of color and feel like pleather.

Rant aside, that is a nice looking steering wheel. Leather spoke it!
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