Cox universal corner block and associated pivots for bi-fold mirror door

A home owner from Brooklyn, NY says:
Hi- I need to buy a complete set of everything I need to replace the corner hardware for my bi-fold mirror door. Facing the mirrored side, the door pivots on the right side and rolls in a track on the left side.

The first two pictures show the bottom block (from a different, identical door); the third and fourth pictures show the top block from that other door. So, I'm looking for a bottom and top block, along with the top pivot, bottom adjustable pivot, any bushings, etc. As far as I can tell, this is a Cox Series 26 (26A?) door.

The door came off its track, I did some clever things to try to make it work without the right parts, and -- well, now I want to do it the right way. Even though some of the original parts might still work fine, I'd rather just buy a whole new set for the top and bottom and start over fresh. If there's anything else you need to help describe this, please let me know.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Alright, thank you for your patience in this matter. Now, please see our 23-407 and 21-092 and let me know if these could work for you as replacements. I think they're close, but let me know if you agree. As for the final part you need, we are currently bringing in a brand new part that may work as a replacement. I will let you know as soon as it is online and available to view.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Please see our new 21-093 and see if this is could be the last piece of the puzzle!
A quick learner from Brooklyn, NY says:
I guess I got used to living with a broken door. But, today I decided to dig into this problem again, and your solutions look they will be exactly what I need. The first two pieces (23-407 and 21-092) were necessary, but it's also true that I wouldn't have been able to finish the job without the new (21-093) part.

So -- thanks! I've placed the order, and I'm looking forward to putting everything back together.
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