Do you have any replacement torque rods for this ?

A quick learner says:
The torque arm measurements are: 52 1/2" long , and the arms on each end are approximately 3 1/4" & 4 1/4" from the centerline of the torque shaft to the center of each of the 2 pins on the arm. The two pins are both approximately .310 " in diameter, with a C clip groove . The arms are offset, with the maximum width of 52 13/16 " from the outside of one arm to the other arm. The pins are on the inside of each offset arm. The torque rod is 3/4" in diameter. Each torque rod has a 5/8" extension, which fits into the nylon bushing attached to the window frame.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thank you for your patience. Please see our 36-081 torque bar arm, which was used on a VE Andersen awning windows. It looks similar to the one you show in your photos. Let me know what you think.
A quick learner from Florida says:
I see the torque bar arm. It looks like it would work. Is the pipe secured to the arm with crimping, or swaging, or just pressed into the arm ? Do you also carry the pipe ?

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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
I'm afraid we don't carry a replacement for the bar. As for how to install it, I believe it's just pushed into place.
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