steering wheel cover?

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04 Jan 2015 17:52 #28809 by 61xlch
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Here you can see the cracks and it looks now repaired with Sugru-rubber.
Far away from perfect, but much better than before.









I am still going to find a suitable kind of cover.
Either like this:






Or like that:




Cheers,
Andy

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10 Jan 2015 20:32 #28859 by 61xlch
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Today I startet a try like this:








Still not shure how to do the spoke areas:



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11 Jan 2015 04:54 #28862 by mikespeed35
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I like it the way it is without covering the spokes.
Cordially Mike

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11 Jan 2015 12:51 #28864 by 61xlch
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mikespeed35 wrote: I like it the way it is without covering the spokes.
Cordially Mike


Hello Mike:
I didn?t mean the spokes itselfes, only the remaining parts of the rim near the spoke ends.
But basically you are right, I like it even so. Possibly I will leave it that way...
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12 Jan 2015 16:48 #28868 by Mike Dube
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The string gets my vote too. Gives it a vintage competition look.

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13 Jan 2015 09:09 #28873 by johnmereness
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Notice how the 1932 Ford hot rod rope cover "covers" all the wheel grip area - you have done the ground work to achieve such (a saddle xould be used to finish)

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