Wood Casement Window Weatherstripping

A handy person from San Diego says:
This is for older Thermal/ever guard windows with Truth hardware. Im worried about removing a sample because its becoming brittle(sun damaged)and it seems to be really attach well to the sill-frame. Im guessing that it could be pulled-out like most weatherstripping.
User submitted photos of window hardware.
Profile picture of Dave Sr.
Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
I'm afraid I cannot tell what you have based on these pictures. I will need you to remove a small piece and show us its profile so that we can identify its shape.
A quick learner from San Diego says:
Here are a couple profile pics. What I don't understand is that the bend in the weatherstripping is buried in the wood and appears to be(without having to take the sill apart)of a permanent,non-replaceable nature.When I pulled on the lower(horizontal) weatherstripping,it split the outer piece of the sill/wood. The side piece doesn't seem as buried,but I still could not pull it out without it coming apart. Dose any of this look familiar? Thanks Alan
User submitted photos of weatherstripping.
Profile picture of Dave Sr.
Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
Thank you! Yes, your weatherstripping is very unusual. I have a few suggestions you may be interested in, though I'm not sure if any would work. take a look at our 58-053 and 58-055 bubbleseals. I wonder if you could use one of these in your window. They are pretty commonly used in casement windows, at least. Also take a look at the self stick 58-180. This might also be a good replacement as it can stick on wherever you need it to go.
Reply to Thread
Use this form to ask a follow-up question or to share your experience regarding this subject.
(your email address will be kept private and is only used to inform you when a response has been made)