Milgard casement weatherstripping

A quick learner from Tacoma, Washington says:
Trying to replace Milgard casement weather stripping. Like another post early to mid 90s vintage. Any help would be appreciated. Would be 58-055 work?

Thanks!!!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Looking at your photos, I think you might want something more like our 58-170B. I think this looks closer to your original sample than our 58-055. Look it over and let me know your thoughts.

A quick learner from Tacoma, Washington says:
That might just work. Tim from Swisco suggested 58-200. Which do you think better?

With that thought... then I think I'll be ready to order.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I think the 58-170B would be better, but the 58-200 is certainly worth considering. It would ultimately come down to dimensions. You'll have to compare the dimensions we show on each product's store page to your own sample to confirm whether they'd work.

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