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Mav1178
03-28-2003, 04:34 PM
Just FYI if you have connections to purchase this:

S13 Silvia

A-pillar

Left 76911-35F00 (black color)
-35F01 (?? color)

Right 76912-35F00 (black color)
-35F01 (?? color)

And S13 Silvia's B and C pillar trims are one piece!

B/C-pillar

88-90 Silvia
Left 76934-35F00 (??? colors)
-35F01 ("")
-35F10 ("")
-35F11 ("")

Right 76935-35F00 (??? colors)
-35F01 ("")
-35F10 ("")
-35F11 ("")


91-93 Silvia
Left 76934-52F00 (black color)

Right 76935-52F00 (black color)

This is just in case anyone wants the trim but cannot find it through conventional means.

-alex

grinder
03-28-2003, 04:56 PM
now, if you could just put together a list of parts to buy from nissan canada to convert the US auto seatbelts to Manual.

I'd be impressed.

Mav1178
03-28-2003, 06:15 PM
Want to know what else is interesting (that is also confusing)???

If you go to www.carfiche.com (http://www.carfiche.com) and look up the part number for the A pillar trim (garnish, as they call it), there is a listing for 76911-35F00.

Now if you look at the description, it says:

Garnish, Windshield Pillar RH Fed. CV + Cal CV.

This is clearly for a convertible S13... yet this is impossible because the S13 convertible A pillar trim does not extend all the way to the B pillar like a coupe...

I think half of you don't care, but this illustrates how dumb Nissan got with their parts system numbering. And this also means you can't just walk into a dealership and order this part without getting the wrong item.

-alex

Society_Mike
03-29-2003, 11:49 PM
The seatbelts are even shown in that link Alex posted.
870A and 870B look to be the manual type seatbelts.

sspikey
03-30-2003, 10:06 AM
im sorry but i just wanted to know......what would be the advantages of the jdm pillar trim. to fit a jdm cage inside i guess?

Mav1178
03-31-2003, 04:45 AM
No...

Probably best advantage is to get rid of the gap left behind when swapping to manual belts; for those that don't care about how their car looks on the inside, ignore this thread.

Anyone that has done manual belts on S13 knows how much of a pain it is to cut the trim correctly to get the belts to fit, on a first try too!

-alex