old vinyl weathervane windows

A friend from WA says:
Do you know what type of weatherstripping was used on the old Weathervane Windows, specifically the vinyl casements?

I have looked at them and it looks like the bubble seal with a wide base. there are (2) levels of seals, one at the exterior and the other near the interior.

I have looked online for details, but with no luck. Weathervane is out of business.

Thanks in advance.

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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting, Todd. Do you have any pictures of your windows' original weatherstripping? Unfortunately, without seeing it, it would be hard to say what would work best for you. With that in mind, we do have a few popular bubble and foam seals that I recommend you look at. Please take a look at our 58-053, 58-055, 58-164, and 58-171 to see if any of these might work for you.
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58-053 : Bubble Seal, Bronze or White, 5/16
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