How close is it to getting it to fit your contures?
No it's not stock. They cut out the middle and replaced it with softer foam. I took a few chunks out trying to get that top layer off though.Get a electric serrated knife.
I bought one in Walmart and work great when I did mine...
Is that the stock padding?.?
So looks like it....
Maybe they just added the to layer of foam that u removed
Sent from my SM-A102U1 using Tapatalk
If I put the foam topper on it wasn't glued to the cover. So I will try heat and stretching the cover over the butt curve while trying to press the middle down.Use medium on a heat gun or high on a hair dryer. Lightly warm the foam and medium warm the cover. It will take a few tries to GENTLY smooth the cover. Then start stapling the cover when its cooling. Re-warm and re-smooth before every staple as you proceed.
The cover will blemish if too hot. It will bump the foam if its too tight when fully cooled.
That particular cover is likely leather so apply the warming from the back. If it was summer you could let the sun do the warming. I mention it so you can guess how much warmth is needed.
Hahha sorry. The original leather cover was glued to the foam. The shop put a thin foam separator between the seat foam and cover so the cover is not glued to the foam separator its free floating.I'm uncertain exactly what you are saying , sorry
To some extent the leather cover will stretch unless its old and used, in which case it might have already stretched.
Separate from that, I'm wondering if its okay to glue leather to the seat (pad or foam or whatever is there under the leather).