non identified guiding pin

A contractor from British Columbia says:
bottom guiding pin for metal mirror bifold trailing door that fits into plastic corner block. Diameter of plastic pin holder is standard 3/8". Top of pin is all metal
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

This looks like a pretty typical closet door guide, though the top is peculiar. I've never seen anything designed this way before. I wonder, did this once have a wheel that broke off? That would explain why it's shaped that way.

If I'm right, consider our 23-120 as a possible replacement. If you aren't sure, you should get a hold of an undamaged version of your part to use as a reference.

A contractor from British Columbia says:
Thanks for the reply. The one you proposed will not work. The photo shows what the pivot actually looks like. I know it is odd. Never seen one like that before either. I will try a standard 1/4 pivot with a pivot cap.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Ah, I see. It really is strange. I'm sorry that we can't offer anything closer to this design.

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