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thermal gard white plastic sash lifts & keepers. also metal locks

A handy person from Ohio says:
I have pictured thermal gard windows. I need several replacement parts of all three

plastic sash lifts
plastic sash keepers
metal locks

any assistance would be appreciated!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting. The sash lifts look like our 26-116, but I'm not sure about the other parts. The lock could either be our 90-005 or 90-009, depending on the shape of your tongue. Can you confirm which is a better match? I'm also not sure what a sash keeper is. Can you take a picture of this part specifically? Can you also give me its dimensions? Thanks!
A quick learner from Ohio says:
Thank you, both will work. I will confirm the correct lock. What I referred to as the sash keeper is the plastic lock that holds the bottom window parallel to the top - the slide lock that allows you to open the bottom window and clean the outside. It's the piece outside the metal lock along the side of the window. What is the proper name for this? Thank you!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Ah, okay. That part is known as a tilt latch. I will need to know the hole spacing for that part in order to identify a match, but in the meantime you can look at our 26-188W. This seems similar and has a 2-5/16" hole spacing. What do you think?
A quick learner from Ohio says:
Thanks Tom. The sash lift spec is correct. The tilt latch close up photo is attached - the tilt latches have a smaller hole spacing and are plastic, not metal. hoping you have this spec? Thank you! Jeff
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Hmm... the hole spacing seems closer to 2-1/8". How about our 26-210 and 26-121, instead?
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