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B-pillar


B-pillars are located between the front and rear doors. It provides roof support on a typical vehicle.

 

B-pillar, also known as a central pillar, is the vertical roof support structure. This pillar is made of steel and welded to the roof panel commonly found between the front and rear doors. A B-pillar on four-door sedans is often a closed steel structure welded to the car's rocker panel and floor pan at the bottom and the roof rail at the top. On the other hand, there is no B-pillar in a coupe or convertible vehicles, which there is nothing to attach to the back doors, while the back doors of a sedan or SUV are attached to the B-pillars. In the case of impact, the qualities of a B pillar determine the safety of the vehicle's passepillar, also known as a central pillar, is the vertical roof support structure. This pillar is made of steel and welded to the roof panel commonly found between the front and rear doors. A B-pillar on four-door sedans is often a closed steel structure welded to the car's rocker panel and floor pan at the bottom and the roof rail at the top. On the other hand, there is no B-pillar in a coupe or convertible vehicles, which there is nothing to attach to the back doors, while the back doors of a sedan or SUV are attached to the B-pillars. In the case of impact, the qualities of a B pillar determine the safety of the vehicle's passepillar on four-door sedans is often a closed steel structure welded to the car's rocker panel and floor pan at the bottom and the roof rail at the top. On the other hand, there is no B-pillar in a coupe or convertible vehicles, which there is nothing to attach to the back doors, while the back doors of a sedan or SUV are attached to the B-pillars. In the case of impact, the qualities of a B pillar determine the safety of the vehicle's passepillar in a coupe or convertible vehicles, which there is nothing to attach to the back doors, while the back doors of a sedan or SUV are attached to the B-pillars. In the case of impact, the qualities of a B pillar determine the safety of the vehicle's passengers.