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Thread: Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

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    Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

    Im located in Delaware....would like to trade someone if they are interested.


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    Re: Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

    The trade is a great idea. I absolutely LOVVVVVVe the suede

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    Re: Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

    Same here and it will show less wear in years to come.....

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    Or buy it from Luke at Lindsay Cadillac...

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    Re: Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

    Ditto. I like the suede as well! Btw, how do you replace the stock shift-knob? Does the boot have to come off with it as well? (i.e. the member on here who's selling his stock knob/wheel shows the knob still attached to the boot.)

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    Boot can be separated but it comes off together.

    Go to Redline Goods for custom shift boots. I have a swayde boot for my knob...

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    Re: Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

    I picked up the OEM wheel and shift nob for the automatic from these guys.
    http://www.newgmparts.com/parts/2012...w=11&maxRow=10
    $204 for the suede wheel is a great deal. The install takes about 30 min including if you pull the airbag fuse and disconnect the battery for 15minutes.
    The shift boot comes down with a little pressure, and it helps if you squeeze either side of the shift knob.
    I love the suede steering wheel. Much better grip and feel.

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    Re: Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

    $204 for thw wheel??? It costs 300 as an option to get originally. go figure.

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    This here is the rest for suede knob too

    http://www.newgmparts.com/parts/2012...t=Shift%20knob

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    Re: Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

    Quote Originally Posted by turn1systems View Post
    I picked up the OEM wheel and shift nob for the automatic from these guys.
    http://www.newgmparts.com/parts/2012...w=11&maxRow=10
    $204 for the suede wheel is a great deal. The install takes about 30 min including if you pull the airbag fuse and disconnect the battery for 15minutes.
    The shift boot comes down with a little pressure, and it helps if you squeeze either side of the shift knob.
    I love the suede steering wheel. Much better grip and feel.
    Do you have a link to the shift knob?

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    The knob is more expensive than buying from Luke at Lindsay Cadillac.

    Luke has been instrumental here and works hard to provide the best prices for OEM and aftermarket parts. But hey, of you guys wanna go elsewhere, have at it.

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    Re: Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

    Does Luke sell the factory wheels too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turn1systems
    Does Luke sell the factory wheels too?
    I'm sure he can get any factory part out there pretty easy.

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    Re: Anyone wanna trade their Suede whee/Knob for a leather wheel/ knob? M6 Sedan

    Quote Originally Posted by turn1systems View Post
    Does Luke sell the factory wheels too?
    Anything sold by Cadillac, he can get...

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    I went ahead and bought both from.Luke

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