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I'm never happy with stock steering wheels: I want more thickness and more grip. Enough tackiness to be able to steer one-handed with the palm of my hand and enough slickness still to be able to let the rim slide under my fingers when exiting corners, know what I mean?
I installed wheelskins on my Charger before, and while the quality was great, even the perforated leather was too slick for me. Ideally, I'd want the feel from those old vynil covers with the cord wrapped around them like every cab has. It's way too ugly and cheap-looking for a Challenger, but they worked perfectly for my use in the Crown Vic and Caprice.
So before I do the Wheelskins thing again... any better suggestions? My current wheel is the base R/T's, not leather, by the way. Hard and slippery, especially with dry hands like mine.
... 'Leather' is a word used very loosely these days, like all those seats that are actually vynil with some leather pieces. Regardless of what it actually is, I find it hard and grainless... and therefore unsatisfactory....
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