Glazing strips for window

A handy person from USA says:

I have 25 year old double hung windows - wood frames and insulated glass units (IGU). Some windows have become fogged up due to moisture leaking in between the panes and I would like to replace them. When I tried to get the old glass unit out of a frame, I found that the white plastic glazing strips break off into little pieces probably due to the age and oxidation. It's pretty impossible to get a good snapshot but I am attaching a drawing that I made.

Can you tell me which of your products would be the best match for this? Probably the 0.6" is not critical; if it were a little more than that it would still look fine.

User submitted a diagram of snap-in glazing.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Hey, Mike. Our 55-080 is used for wood sashes with insulated glass and the dimensions are close to yours. What do you think?
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