Window "stopper" or break pad assembly

A home owner from Cedar Rapids, Iowa says:
The "stopper" for many of my windows has had the screws that hold it in place rusted out. This is the part which locks the window in place as it slides up and down. Not sure how/where to replace this.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for posting. Looks like you're showing us a pivot shoe; specifically, our 15-134. I'm afraid I'm not quite sure what it is you're asking for. What is the stopper specifically? Could you show us a picture of it? Many thanks.

A home owner from Cedar Rapids, Iowa says:
Yes the red thing. The little small square plastic piece.....
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Ah, that would be the cam. I'm afraid it isn't sold separately, but rather included in the pivot lock shoe.

A home owner from Cedar Rapids, Iowa says:
Hi Bob,

I bought the piece

Is there a tool I need to install it?

Thanks!
Travis
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Some customers have used a jamb spreader tool to install and remove the pivot shoe. However, that tool can be costly. There is also a method, we call the "cut out method" that customers have done to install these pivot shoes. I will include both videos showing these methods. Take a look and see which method you think will best work for you. 

A home owner from Cedar Rapids, Iowa says:

So we are wondering about this piece that comes from the window? I think this piece fits into your part you indnicated but it is rusted out! Thoughts???

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Bob from SWISCO responded:

That would be the pivot bar. Yours looks very corroded, so we cannot be 100% sure what yours is or what can replace it. 

Now, the 15-134 is compatible with a few different kinds, but one in particular is our 26-297. Could this be what you have? If you have an undamaged version, that would be a huge help. There's just no way to know for sure what would work without a reference.

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