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The Black wood is exceptionally nice I must agree!
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Re: Wood trim on Overland

i hate the wood trim on my Overland's steering wheel, it feels like hard cheap plastic, not easy to grip like the cheap leather used on the wheel too.
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Re: Wood trim on Overland

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If any Summit owners would prefer the Overland wood, I would swap my Overland brown wood and steering wheel out for your Summit black wood. Offer stands. Please and thanks.
It will be interesting to see what trim will be available on the Summit when ordered with the black leather. It might be the black as well - but maybe they offer some kind of contrasting alternative.
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