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Swapped out all of my brown wood trim with the black olive out of a summit edition. I considered going with the CF wrap but didn't think it would flow well with the saddle blk interior. I had planned on only swapping out the wood wheel with either a limited leather or srt wheel but came across a part supplier that parted a summit and had most of the trim as well.

I am happy with the new look but wish the black steering wheel had a stronger grain look to it. It looks solid black in most lighting. A big thanks to deslide and sixzerofour for the the additional pointers with the removal process.
 

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Thanks. He was an eBay guy and only had the one jeep that he parted. The steering wheel came from a member here. My favorite part of the swap is the saddle stitching on the wheel is a nice match to the saddle dash stitching. My brown wheel had the black stitching.


I had to order three new trim pieces and it's extremely expensive but can find it much cheaper through some online dealers.

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Thanks. He was an eBay guy and only had the one jeep that he parted. The steering wheel came from a member here. My favorite part of the swap is the saddle stitching on the wheel is a nice match to the saddle dash stitching. My brown wheel had the black stitching.


I had to order three new trim pieces and it's extremely expensive but can find it much cheaper through some online dealers.

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Cool Thanks!! I've even thought about having them vinyl wrapped for a brushed aluminum look or something to match the existing silver trim.
 

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If you tend to be a DIY type person, I'd say its very easy to swap. If you plant to wrap the trim like others have done, it becomes a tougher project, imo. If you pay retail for trim pieces it will be a very costly project. You could also go with the dark Laredo trim as its cheaper but provides a similar look.

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