22" channel balance(s)

A home owner from Juno Beach Florida says:
Hello - I'm looking for replacement channel balances. The broken ones are stamped with markings 22 C - it's a 23" (l) x 9/16 (w) (without the nylon fittings) and were installed in a window brand called Mildoor, Miami, FL around 1984 - 85; photos are attached. Thx - David
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

If the metal channel, not including the nylon fittings, is 23" long, then see either our S380-23 or S385-23 . The only difference between these two balances is the depth of the bottom nylon shoe, or its 'heel-to-toe' measurement, so compare both with your own hardware to see what matches best. For a new stamp option choose 2230. 

Comparison of the S380 and S385 balance shoes.
Comparison of the S380 and S385 balance shoes.
A home owner from Juno Beach Florida says:
Great, thx for the information.

I also require a few top sash guides and need your expertise to match or recommend a similar replacement in black.

These are the original hardware for the Mildoor windows reference in my previous inquiry.

They look similar to your product 18-032 .

Please review and advise; thank you in advance.

- David
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

I agree that the 18-032 top sash guide would be our closest match to the dimensions you've provided.

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