Cam Color vs Number of Teeth

A home owner from Sterling, VA says:
I have windows of unknown manufacture, and the tilt-lock shoes have shattered (where the balance hooks in). They have a TEAL cam (like #15-015) but have 3 teeth (like #15-118). Which one is more important. Size is too close to measure.
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Donna from SWISCO responded:
What is the balance series?
Is there another window in the house that uses the same pivot shoe?
If yes, please include a detailed photo with your reply.
A home owner from Sterling, VA says:
Balances are 600 series 37"x5/8" Red.

Here is the old Pivot Shoe from my windows, which should be the replacement? It's approximately 1 1/4"x 2" x 1/2", though these are not exact. I have narrowed it down to #15-015 (Teal Cam, 2 teeth), #15-046 (White Cam, 3 teeth), and #15-118 (Blue Cam, 3 teeth).

Customer image of their pivot lock shoe.
A home owner from Sterling, VA says:
Update: It appears my old shoes are 17/32" thick, which you guys only have with Teal Cam, will this work?
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
On repairing vinyl windows I would recommend the 15-046 . Reason being that the break shoe is in the back of the shoe similar to your photo. The 15-015 is used primarily with the aluminum windows it has a side break shoe. The 15-118 shoe could be a little too thick for your track.
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