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    Default I'm building a KQ seat.

    What's the good word on some great foam? I want that thing to be comfy as fuck

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    Go temperpedic!

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    Bean bag?

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    There are different opinion on this but heres how I like it. Rebond foam for the base of the seat making up the majority if it then a softer foam for the last inch or so. Go to a fabric shop and ask for their stiffest foam. You're gonna want it softest where your tail bone goes and where you're thighs touch. Some guys even like to put pads of gel where your hips will be.

    The only way to make it comfy for your particular ass is to make the thing then sit on it for a while. If you can, run it a while before covering it.
    Last edited by Slayer63; 02-11-2013 at 9:37 PM.

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    Well I can tell you I've made a few seats and never had luck with awesome padding. The absolute worst are kneeling pads for gardening.

    The most comfortable seat I made was of this....

    http://www.kemmlerproducts.com/

    That and some thick dense foam outta do the trick

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