Pretty much everything on your vehicle can be replaced with original OEM or customized aftermarket accessories to help upgrade its performance or overall style. One of the simplest things you can do is to replace your stock steering wheel by considering buying a steering wheel, from aftermarket retailers, to give your car a stylish sportier look as well as better handling.
Some important tips to consider when shopping around to buy steering wheels from various suppliers are:
1) Make sure you are buying the correct sized steering wheel by taking the time to measure your current steering wheel. There are many sizes and shapes of aftermarket steering wheels on the market so if you are unsure you can ask the seller before deciding on a purchase.
2) The new steering wheel needs to be just the right size, which is comfortable for you without restricting your view of the dashboard … Read More
Most of the car or vehicle owners and drivers actually do not know a lot about steering and suspension system, and which seems to be quite a normal thing. Suspension, in context of cars, usually refers to front and rear springs which will suspend vehicle’s “sprung” weight. The springs which are used today in the modern and hi tech cars and trucks manufactured today come in variety of types, shapes, sizes, rates, and of course weight capacities. Some of the steering and suspensions types include leaf springs, coil springs, air springs, and torsion bars. These suspensions and steering combinations are exclusively used in sets of four. They may be paired off in several other types of combinations and later on attached with the help of different kinds of mounting techniques.
The car and truck suspension system will also include shocks and/or struts, and sway bars. During the earlier times of … Read More
You can save time and money by learning how to install a leather wrap steering wheel by yourself.
No need to try and figure out on your own as we have provided step by step instructions on how to turn your stock wheel into a protected leather wrapped steering wheel.
The regular stock covering on a wheel will gradually wear down as time progresses and by frequent handling by the driver. Weather conditions such as constant exposure to sunlight can also quickly dry out the leather or vinyl and cause it to become fragile. The natural sweat and oils from your hands can also stain or spoil the leather. Rather than paying someone to install one you can get your own leather wrap kit at any automotive store. The job may include some sewing skills but with a little effort you can complete the task in just a few hours.… Read More