Guide pin for bi-folding doors

A quick learner says:
I need a replacement pin that was misplaced somewhere throughout the ownership of this home. It is the guy pinned snaps in the track at the bottom and slides from a set of bi-folding doors from the late 70s.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

Because we can not see the part. we can not make an accurate recommendation on what can be replaced. We offer a section of bi-fold door guide pins on our website you may want to look through. You may also send us over some photos of the track and bi-fold door to get us started on this search. You may even want to include a photo of where the pin should be.

A quick learner from California says:
I am sending you photos to follow up on my post. You asked me to send photos and I hope that this helps the length of the pin is 5 and 1/4 in. It is a swing side bottom pin
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for the photos. Looks like you need parts for a Leigh bi-fold door. The bottom guide pin you show is 21-049. The top guide pin is 21-050 that comes with a spring.

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