View Full Version : Redline Goods review

January 18th, 2017, 09:08 AM
I had such awesome customer service I felt the need to share it with you guys, some of you may be interested in there products/work if you already didn't know about them


Most of you probably know them for their shifter and parking brake boots, they have been making them for ages and post on most car forums. Anyways about 2 weeks before christmas my step daughter told me she wanted a steering wheel cover because her stock vinyl wheel in her '02 Sentra was flaking and getting gummy in the heat. I couldn't bring myself to buy a cheapo parts store cover as a gift and the universal leather covers you stitch on yourself looked like crap because the wheel has 4 spokes and they just looked tacky. So I find redlinegoods again, they list a leather steering wheel cover for the B15 Sentra, it looks like a doable job so I order one up, left a note when ordering if they could expedite it at all possible for a christmas gift it would be wonderful but not expected. That night they responded that they don't have a template for non-leather b15 wheels, that if I could wait he would source a wheel so he could make a new template and then offered me a substantial discount on doing the labor of wrapping the wheel for me as well. Well I agreed to that because after watching a how to video I didn't feel like messing with it, and the discount was good. So I asked how much extra to source the used wheel? He told me not to worry about it that it would be his part of the christmas gift! As long as we were ok not getting it for christmas, which wasn't too big a deal. Anyways got it yesterday, the first wheel he sourced was damaged so they had to find another so it was delayed a bit more. Here are a few pics, grey leather with purple stitching. I'm impressed with the craftsmanship and the customer service.


January 18th, 2017, 09:09 AM

January 18th, 2017, 09:24 AM
I have one of their shift boots on the XR4Ti that is... eight-ish years old. Glad to see they've kept up the good work!