Pivot Shoe ID

A quick learner from Pennsylvania says:
I am looking for a constant force pivot shoe for bottom window. I have simonton windows. I hope the pictures are helpful. I am not sure the replacement numbers for this part. If you need more information let me know, thanks for your help. My name is Nick.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for posting. This looks like our 15-192 Pivot Shoe. This shoe uses our Series 170 Coil Springs. Look for a stamp number on the coil tape that indicates what spring weight you need to select. If there is none or you are uncertain, weigh your window sash. Give us that exact weight and we'll work out what you need. See the video below for further details. 

A quick learner from Pennsylvania says:
The stamped mark looks like the number 10. I don't think I need the coil , just the broken part, the plastic pivot shoe. Do I need Botha's a set or can I just get the broken part? Thanks
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Hey there! If your shoe is the only part that broke, then you can absolutely just replace that. The best part about coil balance systems like this is that you can often reuse old hardware with new replacement parts.

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