Channel Balance Identification

A home owner from Fallbrook, CA says:
26-5 JH5 CMC 50
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Lauren from SWISCO responded:

Hello, thank you for posting!

With this combination of attachments, you could have either an S380 or S385 channel balance. You’ll need to measure as shown below. The Series 380 has a 1" bottom attachment, and the Series 385 has a 1-3/32" attachment.

Comparison of the S380 and S385 balance shoes.
Comparison of the S380 and S385 balance shoes.

Please confirm that the length of your channel is 27" and based on your stamp number, option 2650 will be needed.

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