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We aren't sure if it was a dog or regular use that did it, but there was a huge divot in the driver's seat. We went down to our local fabric shop and picked up a chunk of foam that was of a similar firmness as the factory foam. After cutting it to the rough size with an old electric carving knife, we went at it with a flapper wheel on an angle grinder to make it fit. We didn't use any glue, partly because we were worried about glue making a hard spot, but also because the Wet Okole seat covers that we used fit like a glove.