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|16th May 2006, 23:46||#16|
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Do you mean roof-rails??? Can be seen on quite a few modern days hatch-backs specially.
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|17th May 2006, 15:14||#18|
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roof-rails are not roof-pillars!
and they can't be bought from anywhere, as they are very much built into the body's cabin frame itself!
i heard about them a lot but still am not sure what they are and where they are found!
i guess the pillar (or rather "beam"!) whic connects both B-pillars via roof is roof-pillar.
if this is it, then in the same way there can be some more such pillars, one connecting both A-pilars and also one connecting both C-pillars, also in similar manner one for D-pillar too.
but i am not sure of this.
waiting for someone to clarify my doubt/query!
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Re: What is A-pillar, B-pillar, C-pillar?
A response after 8 years, WOW
Waiting for a Dentist appointment, and reading through an old edition of Autotrack, in the snippets section, it was pointed out that the 6 pillars (A, B & C) and sometimes 8 (D in station wagons), collectively are called Roof Pillars.
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