Jeld wen hurricane window weather stripping

A quick learner from Inlet beach florida says:
High. These are vinyl casement windows. Weather stripping creases. Need to replace. Please help.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for posting. Can you show us the end profile of your old weatherstripping? That cross-section view is the best way to narrow down your options. In the time being you can view our selection of weatherstripping here

A quick learner from Inlet beach florida says:
It's flat.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

That looks to me like the snap in glazing, not the weatherstripping; the difference being that the glazing is what keeps the glass in, while the weatherstripping is what keeps the cold out.

As for what you need, it's hard to tell from these photos. Like Bob said we really need to see the end profile. Right now my best guess is maybe the 55-192, but that is just a guess. Without a clear shot of the end profile it's not possible for us to give a more confident recommendation.

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Profile view of 55-192

A quick learner from Inlet beach florida says:
Ok try these. Thank you so much
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Thanks, that third photo is exactly what I needed to see. We unfortunately don't sell anything exactly like this, but I think our best option is going to be either the 55-011 or 55-114. Look these over and see what you think.

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