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Old 01-08-2024, 04:04 PM #16
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NICE- that looks great!

Iím sorry I didnít see your previous post though I donít think it matters what adhesive is used. Mine was a spray of some sort but any adhesive would work
Thanks. I used 3M Super 77 spray. I would advise against it unless you already have it. It gets tacky super fast-seconds-and if you haven't practiced getting the cover lined up in place perfectly, it can be a pain. A brush on, slower setting adhesive would be a bit easier.
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My steering wheel was peeling like crazy in the warmer months, so I bought something similar.
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I re-wrapped mine with one from East Detailing when I added heat to my steering wheel;

Heated steering wheel mod - success!
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