window seal

A home owner from Virginia says:
This seal is used for a very small gap inside the window. See the attached pics. The overall height is 7/16 inches the bubble part is 2/16 inches and the flat part is 5/16, the foam is also at the flat part. Please help me to identify which weather stripping I need to buy. I checked 58-156 but the base is only 3/16 not long enough. Thx
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I'm afraid I don't recognize this seal. It looks like a portion of it might have torn off, presumably the strip that actually installs in the window. I know yours is brittle and so this may be difficult, but is it at all possible to see an undamaged version? The piece that tore off is an important detail and we will need to account for it before we can find a replacement.

If you are showing me a whole piece, then we unfortunately don't sell an exact match for this design. I would agree that the 58-156 is our best match in that instance, but like you pointed out already, it's size is wrong and it will likely not install.

Identifying Replacement Weatherstripping
Identifying Replacement Weatherstripping
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