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I used search, maybe my terms weren't good but no relevant results, so I'm posting. Hi I ordered, some rear seat covers + foam kit from Aardvark (and also the upper, back portion of the bench). I have yet to pick it up from the I find the lower, base portion, very, very springy... I mean they are springs, so it makes sense. Is there a way to firm up the springs so they travel less? I found that when I sit on them, I sink all the way in, plus they're bouncy. I would assume adding additional foam above them but that might give me issues installing the new covers. What if I install some foam "buffers" between each spring to keep them from compressing fully? Has anyone been down this road.ideas? Thanks, Anthony
Hey Everyone! Im currently getting my rear seat restuffed and while it is out I thought it would be a great time to address my terrible carpet. Im looking at budget kits to get either the only02.com kit in black (http://www.only02.com/Black-Carpet-Kit_p_8.html) or the esty h4 (grey) (http://estycarpet.blogspot.com/) kit. I had a couple questions: 1. I was planning on dynamatting the cabin. Do I still need the sound padding? Or will it look loose? 2. Has anyone compared the two kits? From my research it sounds like the older kits pre 07 from only02 carpet's quality wasnt great but others have said this has improved. 3. Does the esty carpet kit come with the padding? I dont believe the only02 does so if I dont need it I might go with only02. Thanks!