I'm almost read to weld in the new pieces of my winshield channel but there are a few things that I need answered first. Here's the piece I made for the replacement (which I think turned out pretty well if I do say so myself...) But there's a piece of metal that bends down in a crease in the tulip/filler panel or whatever it's called and I'm wondering if I should somehow grind off the old rusted piece and weld on a new one. Also, how does that attach? Is is welded at the bottom and then filled with filler or welded and then have a seam ground out or what?? The last thing is these leftover pieces of channel that I'm debating on welding over or somehow griding out before I weld in the new channel. The pieces are in a very odd spot and I don't really have any tools to get them off. I also don't know how their attached (weld, solder, super-glue?). I was thinking about wire brushing them clean and then just welding over them and welding any gaps closed. On one hand, it's easier and would give me more metal in that weakened area. On the other hand, it seems a cheaply done. The piece I made This part is held on by some type of golden brazing or something. I'm not sure how the other rusted parts attach?