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Get Your Steering Wheel Recovered by Irrationable
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Edmonchuck, you have a private message
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So do you have the cores in stock or do I have to ship you mine first? If possible I would like to order and pay for it and then ship you my old one when I get the new one if possible.
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would also be interested in Indy leather
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So do you have the cores in stock or do I have to ship you mine first? If possible I would like to order and pay for it and then ship you my old one when I get the new one if possible.


You have a PM
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My Mustang has Saddle brown leather seats but the steering wheel and e-brake boot are both black. Eventually, I'd like to have my steering wheel wrapped in matching brown and a new e-brake boot made. Is this something you might eventually be able to do?
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Edited my post on the first page to add pictures of a wheel done in Mr. Mike's #13 tan leather as well as a description of what leather I have in stock and how much of it I have access to.
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I would like to update this post to confirm that I now have indy leather in stock! In addition, I also have a limited amount of black perforated leather as well as a small amount of brown leather that matches the brown/tan 86-87 interior. I'll update this post ASAP with pictures.
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Just got my wheel back from Alex and it looks awesome! Absolutely beautiful job. I can't wait to get in installed for the summer. The only problem is I have to keep working on getting the rest of the car to match the condition of the steering wheel! If you're on the fence thinking about getting your wheel recovered don't hesitate, it's well worth it.

Thanks again Alex!
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I am also interested in the Indy wheel. I sent you a PM a few days ago. Did you get it because I've had no reply.
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I am also interested in the Indy wheel. I sent you a PM a few days ago. Did you get it because I've had no reply.


I didn't. Sending a PM your way!
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got my wheel today from Alex and it is as perfect as it can be. Great craftsmanship by the seller. can't wait to put it on. Alex does a great job on these. Add me to your list of very satisfied customers.

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got my wheel today from Alex and it is as perfect as it can be. Great craftsmanship by the seller. can't wait to put it on. Alex does a great job on these. Add me to your list of very satisfied customers.



That's nice. What exactly did you get? Any picture?

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Another option for those of you looking for more unique colors (or a two-tone wheel) is to purchase your own leather from Mr Mikes or another retailer and send it in along with your wheel. Should you decide to go this route I will gladly offer a discount, as it removes some of the material cost on my end.

If you provide the leather, I offer a $10 discount. However, I strongly advise that you make sure your leather is automotive grade (UV treated to prevent fading) and is at least 1mm thick. Normal turn around time is roughly 3-4 once I receive the wheel. I ship back using the USPS priority mail, which takes 2 business days to arrive.



You are limited on colors you have available. I'd want the original Charcoal Grey for my 87 GT.
We need to know what quantity of leather you require (size of rectangular piece needed) if we purchase it...

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You are limited on colors you have available. I'd want the original Charcoal Grey for my 87 GT.
We need to know what quantity of leather you require (size of rectangular piece needed) if we purchase it...



Yes, my colors are somewhat limited, but I am slowly expanding what I have available (after all, I am running a VERY small operation). I currently have black, beechwood, perforated black, and Indy leather, as well as a small quantity of the dark brown used on 86-87 GTs.

I plan on expanding to include the dark grey and tan OEM colors. To be honest, only one or two other potential customers have inquired about the dark grey leather, so it hasn't been something I've vigorously perused, but I am looking into it and keeping my eyes peeled.

Very good point about the size of the leather needed. One 17x4in strip and one 28x8in piece are needed to recover a single steering wheel. Just be sure the leather is suitable for automotive use and is roughly 1.0 mm in thickness.
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Grantman...

What color is that?
Is that Dark Grey or Black that just looks grey in picture?
How does it compare in color to the dash cluster surround?
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I've sent you a few PMs and am wondering if you received them. Take a look and let me know. Thanks
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Grantman...

What color is that?
Is that Dark Grey or Black that just looks grey in picture?
How does it compare in color to the dash cluster surround?


iphone makes it look gray but it's black.
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I've sent you a few PMs and am wondering if you received them. Take a look and let me know. Thanks


Just sent a reply your way!
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Grantman...

What color is that?
Is that Dark Grey or Black that just looks grey in picture?
How does it compare in color to the dash cluster surround?


The pictures that Grantman posted are actually a very good representation of the color of the black leather. The black that I am using is not a deep deep black, and I find that it matches the clusters quite well. I have this color on both of my fieros with the grey interior, and haven't had any complaints from any of my customers that have used it on theirs.

I actually hang on to the leftover scraps of leather each time I do a wheel to use for future reference. If you'd like, I'd be more than happy to send you a sample of the black leather so that you can compare it yourself and ensure that you are happy with the match. Just shoot me a PM if you're interested.
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So these are Black wheels as well?

 
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I am one of Alex's first customers. The picture is the wheel he did installed. I can definitely attest to the quality of his work. -Robert



 
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Alex recovered my wheel and it is excellent! He does great work with attention to detail.



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So these are Black wheels as well?



That is correct sir.
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wondering what the wheel would look like in the Indy red...
Might have to hit that photoshop thread...
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We Pmed each other a little while back. I finally got a steering wheel I can use while mine is getting recovered. It is a '86GT brown wheel. Do you still have that color? If you do, let me know your mailing address so I can ship it to you. Do you need a deposit? How do I pay you?
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I have an Indy wheel ( and armrests and shift knob) that I'd like to get recovered if you can do it...

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I am also interested in the OEM Grey, looking to redo (2).
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I have an Indy wheel ( and armrests and shift knob) that I'd like to get recovered if you can do it...



I can do the steering wheel and shift knob, but the armrests are not something that I am doing at this time.
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For those of you looking for the OEM grey, I have something that might be worth checking out.

While I am still looking for a reasonable match to the OEM grey, this is a side by side comparison of the original dark grey/charcoal in an 87 GT and the black leather that I have available. The leather is a very light shade of black, and is a very good match for the original charcoal. I have used this leather on both of my own cars, as well as for many of my other customers. The best part is, I can purchase this leather in bulk for a reasonable price and still be able to get more of it when I run out (my other colors such as the indy, beechwood, and brown are only available in limited quantities).



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Second PM sent.


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Here's a new one. This is an example of the early leather-wrapped three spoke wheels used on the 84-85 cars. As you can see, these wheels lack the thumb notches found on later years and have a seam running along the middle of each spoke. This style required slightly tweaking my existing template, but didn't end up being too much trouble to do.





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This is an example of a wheel done in Indy leather. This leather was custom-dyed to match the original Indy Fiero grey and was special ordered by another member here on the forums before selling his leftover material to me. Unlike the black leather that I commonly use (and of which I have an essentially limitless supply of), I have a limited amount of the Indy leather available.





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Man that wheel looks beautiful ! I can't wait to get mine done. PM me the shipping info please and if you require a deposit or how you go about payment. Thanks
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Here's a new one. This is an example of the early leather-wrapped three spoke wheels used on the 84-85 cars. As you can see, these wheels lack the thumb notches found on later years and have a seam running along the middle of each spoke. This style required slightly tweaking my existing template, but didn't end up being too much trouble to do.



I'm the lucky owner of this steering wheel. Irrationable did a great job with it.

Here's a picture of it installed.
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Alex your quality to detail is amazing! You are the man!!!

Please do not hesitate to get your wheel (also shift knob!) done by Alex.

Gonna install in the morning, but here is some pictures of it now!

Before (150,000 miles of abuse)



After!





I don't know why my phone's camera's color is off in some pictures. The wheel is black with red stitching.

Worth every penny. Again, please if you are on the fence about getting this done, DO IT.

Ill upload pictures of the wheel installed tomorrow hopefully.

Again thank you Alex, you are the man!!!

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Alex, from the pictures, looks like you did a great job. Since other customers are really pleased with your work, I will give you a chance to do my wheel & shift knob. My shift knob is badly worn out from the previous owner. If I decide to get just shift knob recovered for now, how much would that be? Let me know. Keep up the good work! Thanks.

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Originally posted by Fiero Vice:

Alex, from the pictures, looks like you did a great job. Since other customers are really pleased with your work, I will give you a chance to do my wheel & shift knob. My shift knob is badly worn out from the previous owner. If I decide to get just shift knob recovered for now, how much would that be? Let me know. Keep up the good work! Thanks.



To recover a shift knob, I'm going to match mmeyer86gt/gtp's old price of $35 (prior to him leaving the forums). If a customer gets a steering wheel recovered, I will do it for $30 as the two would be shipped together, saving money
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