Weather strip

A home owner from Minnesota says:

Hi. This is a weather strip for a crank out window we purchased from Wellington windows in Minnesota , now out of business.

I hope the photos are helpful.

Don 

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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hello,

I don't recognize this weatherstripping at first glance but if you could send us another photo with a zoomed-in, clear view of the side profile, along with dimensions, we'd be happy to research it for you. Thank you!

A home owner from Minnesota says:
The weather strip is 7/16 " wide and 50 " long this fits in a channel. I will include pictures of a window that is still good , two views and one picture of the window where the weather strip came out .
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I'm sorry to say that we don't have a weatherstripping that matches what you're showing me here. That said, I do wonder if our 58-053 can work. It looks like it installs the same way, by pushing the kerf into a slot, but the top part is obviously different; ours is a bulb instead of a flap, like yours. I can't imagine that'd be a big difference, unless the size is a huge issue. All these things have to do is block air passage and moisture. Look it over and see if you think you could get it to work anyway.

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A home owner from Minnesota says:
Thank you, Tom, I am away from the window now but when I get home I will take a closer look.
I would I order this item if it would work.
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