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I am looking for information on who knows where or who in the Orange Beach Area can do a nice wrap on a stainless steel steering wheel for my boat?
 

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http://wheelskins.com/


I did the one in my truck and came out very nice. They custom cut to fin and put hole in it and you sew it on. about an hour to install.
Not sure if the leather would work but we had tons of leather outside on CG ships...in the old days, now they probably use plastic!!
Give the a call or email. Pretty responsive
 

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UV and climate durable

I saw this on a BeaverTail Skiff


And someone did this on a cheaper wheel- looks pretty good


And CA Richardson has a really nice wrap on the wheel of his Hells Bay Skiff
http://hellsbayboatworks.com/media-pages/media-flats-class-tv

I would think something durable- plastics and leather would probably get tore up pretty quick in the sun all day.
 

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I know someone.....

Me

I can show you how to do it very easily. Stop by the shop this week.
 

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Anyone else too lazy to do their own (like me)- Chris at Sams Stop and Shop can do this for you too...

Doesn't this look great!!!
And very reasonable!
Thanks Chris!!
 

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Yep, it was waiting for it's boat owner to take it home.

Mike didn't want the Turk's head finishes on them so I just did a half hitch/whip finish.
 
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