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Recently saw a picture of it. I'm not really a fan of steering wheel covers but it looks good http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif how many of you guys have one?? and whatcha think of it? one of the few things i dont like about my dub is the skinny steering wheel, wish vw had of made the sport wheel, standard with my model.
 

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Re: Isotta Steering wheel cover (4DR Turbo)

Have it on my car, it feel great, just don't buy it online directly from Isotta, they are a bunch of a-holes, by it from New Dimensions, I have a horro story with Isotta!
 

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Re: Isotta Steering wheel cover (4DR Turbo)

Hey, I just got one for my Golf and I like it a lot. It feels 100 times better and looks real nice. Sorry I don't have pics yet, but search for pics. The pics I saw before I bought it are pretty exact to how the finished product looks in my car. I got it from New Dimensions.....1 month after I ordered it.
Oh yeah, your name rocks! http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Isotta Steering wheel cover (4doorturbo)

http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif nice pics, ya ive seen you around before here, small world, so you had to wait 1 month for the cover, that sucks, any reason?
 

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quote:[HR][/HR]They are very nice had 2 GB on them !![HR][/HR]​
yup, i was part of that GB
i love the cover!.....goes really well with my red interior theme...
feels awsome and looks great. I get a lot of compliments about it http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Isotta Steering wheel cover (4DR Turbo)

I bought the black/black one. Took about 20-30 minutes to install,but I absolutly love it! The thicker wheel is a lot better for grip, it looks great as well.
My only complaint is that they used snaps for the back of the spoked instead of keeping the stitching going. I never knew why they did that.
 
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