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Old 02-27-2013, 10:29 AM
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Procar Seats

I have a pair of Procar Sportsman 1605 seats that the seat cushions and the leg bolsters need the foam cushions replaced.

I contacted Procar and they do not offer the foam replacements for these seats only the covers.

Anyone out know of anyone who offers the foam cushion replacements.
I went to a local shop and the guy was a complete *****.

I was thinking that I could disassemble the seats and redo myself (I'm cheap)
What kind of foam holds up the best and is easy for a novice to work with?

Thanks in advance.

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I'd just find a good shop to do it, not that guy you went to the first time. No reason to be an a** to your customers. Unless you know what you're doing you'll be much happier paying for someone to do it right and the seats turning out good. I'm very cheap too but i know when i should pay to have it done right.
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A lot of times, if the foam is not completely destroyed, you can just add a layer of 1" thick foam to the original foam and improve the seats immensely. Corvette seats are a prime example. For some reason, the original foam loses its support and needs to be added to. This will not work if the original foam is not in good condition.
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