Will a liquid dip tube with wings fit any corny keg or are some made to use wingless tubes only?
Winged dip tubes aren’t common - the vast majority of Corgy ‘Cornelius’ kegs liquid dip/sip tubes don’t have wings.
It will come down to two things:
The size of the inlet hole in the liquid pin or ball locked socked. I.e if this has been adapted for wings on the dip tube or not. To my knowledge no Corgy keys are adapted for wings here.
Whether the wings are collapsible - i.e. whether the wings are pivoted around a pin in the tube and you are able to collapse them for entry to the keg.
I’ve never seen (1) - in the case of (2) I’ve only ever seen this once and it was a custom thing. So if you already have a dip tube that you can test fits a Corgy keg but the wings and aren’t collapsible then I very much doubt you’ll find a Corgy that fits it. If however the wings are collapsible so that they pose no barrier for the dip tube entry - then all should be fine.
EDIT: Based on the comment below I believe wings refers to the threads at the top of the dipstick. In the case both ball and pin lock Corgy kegs will use the exact same dip tube. The only difference between ball and pin lock kegs is the mount and the connector.