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Rusted windshield frame

Instead of buying a metal windshield frame I bought the fiberglass frame so I will not have to worry about the windshield frame rusting out again.I bought all new rubber to install, but before I take off the old steel frame I need to know if I screwed up or not. I have a soft top and a hard top for the1983 Jeep CJ 7. I need to know if the hard top will work with a fiberglass windshield frame? If so do I need different attachment screws to hold the front of the hardtop to the fiberglass windshield frame? Your help would be greatly appreciated. grampy55

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