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Old September 1st, 2013, 11:00 AM
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NAS B pillar questions

I have not owned a NAS truck but I am looking to get some information on the differences between B pillars for the ST and SW, (including fiberglass and hardtop). I thought this information would readily be available but I have not found these answers in searches. People seem to refer to them differently at times. I also see people swap from one set up to the other and are always looking for parts to do this. Does the B pillar differ to the extent that it also is specific to the top you are running?

What would the differences would there be even if they are minor. When looking at a b pillar roll bar can it be easily identified ST/SW when not fitted to a vehicle? Do the diagonals mount differently? I assume if it is capped it is from a hardtop as they had no cantrails attached.

Aside from what people are willing to pay what is the current cost of buying such an item in good/above average condition assuming you can find it. I believe the most recent I can find here of one selling was 2010, Thanks.
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Old September 1st, 2013, 11:36 AM
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The st b pillar connects to the top of the tub, the SW connects to the floor.
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Old September 2nd, 2013, 02:07 PM
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O.K. that's a start but I am certain there is more than that. So a B pillar completely covered in the rubber/foam with no open bar showing is soft top only from the factory? Some on Sw's seem to have partially or completely exposed bar on them yes?
http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...2&d=1274911677

This pictured in an older for sale post is soft top only? Seems it sold in 2010 for around $1500 and it had a lot of interest. Would it fit under a hardtop also? Seems this one is most in demand from what I have researched so far. I am attempting to make a deal on one but just want to be sure I know enough about it.
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They are 100% diffrent than anything that rover made and were only used on the NAS ST and a diesel from the UK call the SV.

No longer made and hard to come by.

They will fit under the fiberglass NAS hardtop but that is it.

You will need a bunch of other parts if you want to do it, I have an entire setup in the for sale section.
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