Snap-in Glazing Bead

A home owner from Granite Bay, CA says:
Please can you help me identify and source the plastic snap-in glazing bead in the attached images? The bead I am looking for is on a picture window, for which the bead is wider (1") than on the other windows (~3/4"). The label on the sliding windows says:

MFGR: RYL-017-1
Series: 25B

Color is almond, I think, but white will do.

User submitted photos of a glazing bead.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting! This appears to resemble our 55-164 snap-in glazing. Do you think this can work as a substitute?
A home owner from Granite Bay, CA says:
Thanks for you reply. I must say you guys are offering a tremendous service with this web site. You thoroughly deserve our thanks and admiration!

The shape you suggest is close to what I need, but my width is definitely 1.0", compared to the 3/4" for the 55-164. However, I am getting desperate, so I am going to order a couple of pieces to see if the 3/4" will cover the gap.

The user in the previous message seems to have exactly the same problem - needs a 1" width instead of 3/4". In my case, the 1" bead goes on a picture window (non-opening). The window does not have a manufacturer's label, but on the sliding windows in the house the mfr is given as RYL-017-1 (although the sliding windows uses a slightly smaller bead!).

It appears that RYL may mean Rylock Windows, but an internet search just turns up a phone number, and the phone has been disconnected. Thus I suspect they are no longer in business. All this just for general information - - -
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Mike from SWISCO responded:
Thank you so much for your follow up!

We really do appreciate the kinds words and information regarding your research for the correct replacement.

Please let us know how the 55-164 works out for you.
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