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05-03-2013 08:39 PM
medicinehorse
Fiberglass upper sliders

I just bought a set of Best Top fiberglass door upper sliders off ebay .They did not come with any hardware and Best top sold the patent and manufacturing equipment to another company.So I am waiting for a second return call from them on the parts which consist of three bolts and three nuts which clip on the inserts already in the doors.
Does anyone here have any thoughts of the hard shell sliders like I just got/ Any pointers on use or fit or maintenance on them? I have a factory soft top on my 2000 Tj and got tired of unzipping the windows .I had a '97 for 5 years and delt with the zippers but not I am older and stiffer from arthritis so I thought I would give the sliders a try.

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