Harvey window parts

A quick learner from Massachusetts says:
The pivot bars and cams have completely corroded, fused, and broken on several of my older Harvey windows. Amy help replacing the parts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

It's tough tot ell from these pictures, but remove undamaged pivot bars from an identical window (if possible) and see our 26-416. For the pivot shoes, remove and see if either our 15-105 or 15-208 match. 

15-105 : Pivot Shoe, 17/32
Pivot Shoe, 17/32" Thick
15-105
$5.85
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15-208 : Pivot Lock Shoe, 9/16
Pivot Lock Shoe, 9/16" Thick
15-208
$3.55
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26-416 : Pivot Bar Set, Harvey
Pivot Bar Set, Harvey
26-416
$7.94
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How to Remove a Pivot Shoe (Cutout Method)
How to Remove a Pivot Shoe (Cutout Method)
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How to remove window pivot shoes
How to remove window pivot shoes
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Anatomy of a tilt window
Anatomy of a tilt window
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Removing Rusted Pivot Bars
Removing Rusted Pivot Bars
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