Same here. But before I put the new seat covers on I super glued a soda bottle lid onto the piece of metal under the hole in the original seat cover to keep it from rubbing the same hole in the new cover. Time will tell if it works.Mine is starting to get a hole in the seat-back on the left lower side... for the same reason as @mikey
It's not true I've been rub..... err ah um :surprise:surprise:surpriseSo you're telling me if I keep rubbing something over and over for years, I'll get a hole?
No. In that case if you get a hole then you don't have to rub it "as much" anymore.So you're telling me if I keep rubbing something over and over for years, I'll get a hole?
This is the easiest way to fix:This is Bull sheet!
I noticed this starting about 6 months ago... I just saw it again and it is not getting any better.
I am none too happy.
Priced a factory seat back cover and it is over $300 and then it has to be installed!
I noticed that the foam formed a void way before I started to notice any wear on the cloth. The cloth (and foam) on my armrest is wearing too... GRrrrr.
6 years 35000 miles Most of it in the garage.