Storm window vinyl grid glazing

A home owner from Lexington, SC says:
I posted this also after watching installation video, so this may be redundant. I have a 1983 Mascot double wide manufactured home with storm windows that have grids added to make it appear that each window has four individual panes when in fact there is only one pane of glass in the frame. Over 30+ years in the sun the vinyl "grout" sections of the grid have curled up and need replacing. There are two types of this 14 inch vinyl being utilized with different cross sections. One fits on top of the left to right section of the cross part of the grid. The other piece fits at the bottom of the grid at the edge of the glass.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

For the actual glazing bead that snaps the glass into place, see our 55-006 or 55-030. Look over their dimensions and see if either match what you need. For the cosmetic mullion piece, I am not sure if we have what you need. But check out our 55-064 or maybe even our 55-021, and see if one of these match what you need. 

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