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Old 07-01-2013, 20:05   #61
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Are Suede and Alcantara the same material?

I think that alcantara will deteriorate faster than leather (for the hand place)?


What would be the cost for that job:



But on a Evo IX wheel, inversing leather and alcatara parts, (leather parts in contact with the hands) with a red mark and red sewing please?

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Old 07-01-2013, 20:23   #62
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Question for you. I'd like a wheel for an E6 like the one above but with Blue Stitching like the standard GSR Evo wheel and shipped to Jersey were thankfully we don't have VAT. But my steering wheel horn only works very intermittently it's not tied to were the steering wheel is on the ring. Any good for refurb or would it be a replacement needed?

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Wondering how much for a retrim on e7 wheel.

All black alcatara with black stitching?

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Old 15-01-2013, 11:12   #64
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How does alcantara resist to had frictions?

Do users need to retrim them every 10 000 miles? More?
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Old 15-01-2013, 12:25   #65
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Cost wise how much to re trim wheel, with stitching put back on it...same as on it at mo.

Plus Gaitor re trim

Both in Black Alacantra



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These look great.....another want to add to the list
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Wondering how much for a retrim on e7 wheel.

All black alcatara with black stitching?

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That would be £149 for that plus P&P.

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Hi Cam, Wheel would be £149 but couldn't put the words on it. Gaitor would be £35.
Were now able to retrim gear knobs too. ill get some pictures up asap.


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Cost wise how much to re trim wheel, with stitching put back on it...same as on it at mo.

Plus Gaitor re trim

Both in Black Alacantra



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Old 15-01-2013, 14:15   #69
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£165 for that job in question.

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Are Suede and Alcantara the same material?

I think that alcantara will deteriorate faster than leather (for the hand place)?


What would be the cost for that job:



But on a Evo IX wheel, inversing leather and alcatara parts, (leather parts in contact with the hands) with a red mark and red sewing please?
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Whats the turn around on non evo stuff Chris ?
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Realistically 5 days Rich.
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Re trimmed evo 7 gear Knob in Alcantara, any colour stitching available £39



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How often do we have to change the alcantara?
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How often do we have to change the alcantara?
Its quite durable, however it all depends how much you drive the car and condition if your hands (i.e. oily hands for example will deteriorate it quicker) If your worried about this ild suggest going for a leather finish.
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Old 23-01-2013, 11:12   #75
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Do u for any e6 steering wheel ready?
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