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We learned a few more tricks by visiting Mr. Autocraft this time. For one, when it is time to make an opening for the seatback pivot stud, don’t cut an "X" with a razor knife because you run the possibility of slicing the material from one end to the other if your hand slips. Instead, position the cover where you want it and tap on the top of the pivot stud with a small hammer or other flat tool. This will cause the stud to cut through the material, leaving a clean hole that is directly at the base of the pivot stud.