metal posts on the left and right bottom sides of the window

A quick learner from Bryant, Arkansas says:

These are at the bottom of the windows on the right and left side, they screw into the bottom and then go into the guides in the window frame. When they are not present, the windows won't stay up. I need at least 10 of them. As you can see in the second picture, one is the part I need and the other is a broken one. when you slide it into the bottom of the window the phillips head screw holds it in place.

Thanks!

Farrell

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Mike from SWISCO responded:
Hello,
Thank you for posting. It looks like you are in need of a new pivot bar for the bottom of your window. Take a look at our item 26-352. The main way to ensure the replacement will work is if the dimensions line up. Included below are the measurements for the 26-352. Please let us know if these differ from your original.
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A quick learner from Bryant, Arkansas says:
Close, but end to hole on mine is 1.5" the end diameter is 3/8" but the notch is 1/8"
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A quick learner from Bryant, Arkansas says:
I think this one might work, it is longer, but that should not be a problem...

https://www.swisco.com/pivot-bar/pd/Tilt-Window-Replacement-Sash-Pivot-Bars/26-450
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

I agree, the hole placement on the 26-450 does seem closer. Just make sure the tip on the 26-450 does not extend too far. Take note you can also use the 26-352 and drill a new hole to match the location in the window.

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