Champion Window Parts

A home owner from Kansas says:
Needing parts for fold out Champion window. Photos enclosed. Need two each.
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Emily from SWISCO responded:

Hi there!

Take a look at our 15-177 pivot shoe, which uses the Series 152 coil springs, and 26-226 pivot bar. Look over our dimensions and compare them with yours to see if this matches up for what you need.

As for the sash lock, can you write out the distance between the two installation holes, measured from center-to-center?

A home owner from Kansas says:

I think I have this figured out. The 15-177 measures correctly, as does the 26-226 . I would need two each of those. Four each of the 33-055 . I would need two latches. The stationary pieces  have 2" hole centers and the latch pieces have 1 7/8" hole centers. 

Still have a question aboutthe coil springs. Mine have a hook on the open end that attaches to the balance shoe. Will these work with the 15-177 shoe? Also do you have the window stop material in different widths? I had to trim away part of sash to make opening to get balance shoe out. Now the stop pieces are not wide enough to snap back in. I could use pieces that are 1 1/8" x 1 3/4".

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Emily from SWISCO responded:

The manufacturer actually discontinued your hooked coil springs. With that said, our Series 152 coil springs are screwed to the pivot shoe with our 33-071 pan head screws. 

We don't have a sash lock in this style with 2" hole center spacing. Our 90-161 , 90-274 , 90-278 and 90-286 are similar but their hole center spacing differs. Double check your dimensions and compare them with our locks to see if one of these matches what you need.

I'm afraid we don't carry a replacement for this sash stop. Your best option would be to contact the original manufacturer. 

A home owner from Kansas says:
Well okay lets forget the latches for now. How do I know what weight coil springs I need. The ones I have from Champion are marked with a "C" of that means anything.
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Emily from SWISCO responded:

To determine the correct coil weight, you'll need to remove and weigh your window sash. Then, you'll divide the weight by the number of coils on both sides of the window to determine the correct strength option.

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