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      01-04-2012, 04:15 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by mike3000fl View Post
the key to this is realizing that the outside of the bolster is also sagging (third pic), that part wouldn't be worn by a human unless someone sits on your center console regularly. i don't care how big of a person or how much wear happens on the inside part, the outside shouldn't look like that.

definitely a manufacturing defect.
I might've exaggerated a bit but it could be excessive reach-around to the backseat to move stuff or propping yourself up or fixing your slouch by digging in your elbows to the side boosters. That will apply pressure to the entire side bolsters. I'm getting a little sag similar to this but its hardly noticeable. Of course there's so many different possibilities but I wouldn't automatically jump straight to a manufacturers' defect.
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