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CertainTeed Pivot Shoe 15-192 vs 15-155

A home owner from Stamford, CT says:
Hi,

I have CertainTeed vinyl windows from ~2000 and need to replace some cracked/broken pivot shoes. Several of the shoes have a visible crack in the bottom but, they still seem to be functioning OK and so I'm focusing on the units that are clearly broken.

It appears that I have the older style 15-155 without the stabilizing prongs. I was curious if the newer 15-192 version with stabilizing prongs would fit as well or if I should stick to the older version 15-155 just to be safe. The dimensions appear to be the same for both.

Thanks in advance,
JohnK
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
The prongs on the 15-192 shoe do make it a bit thicker, so that might be a problem. However, they're small enough so you can file them off if necessary.
A home owner from Stamford, CT says:
Thanks, I went ahead and placed an order for the older version 15-155 without the stabilizing prongs just to be safe.

Thanks again,
John
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