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Steering Wheel Covers #13979800 04/30/21 02:46 AM
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Research tells me my steering wheel is 15 3/4" in diameter on my 04' F150. I have read that 15" covers, 15"-16", 15.5-16.5" are compatible . I don't know what to order. Guess I will go to O'Reilly's and see what they have. I do not want anything that I have to stitch up. Help me out here!!


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Re: Steering Wheel Covers [Re: V-Bottom] #13980653 04/30/21 06:29 PM
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Bought one for my wifes vehicle off amazon. I believe they had a vehicle look up to see what you needed.

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Re: Steering Wheel Covers [Re: V-Bottom] #13981025 04/30/21 11:06 PM
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Just use a measuring tape to measure across and also the diameter. I just went through the same thing with my 05 DMAX. Also, try to Google your steering make and model.

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