In need of Float Away BiFold Replacement Parts

A home owner from Charlotte, Mi says:
Hello,. We are remodeling a 1969 Squire mobile home that had BiFold Closet Doors for a bedroom closet. On the inside of the doors was a sticker (see attached photo) that says Float Away Junior Door Co. There are 2 parts missing?1 each of the pictures attached. My husband believes we need one Top Pivot and one Top Guide Pin (whole assemblies). He didn't think they looked exactly like the pictures on your site so thought maybe run them by you and see what you think. Thank you so much in advance!
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Emily from SWISCO responded:

Hello!

I'm afraid I can't determine what you have from these pictures. Can you remove the pins and show us, along with dimensions? Specifically, we'll need to know the diameter of the pin and the diameter of the nylon cap, where it fits into the track. We carry many different types of bifold door pins and that will help us narrow down some options.

Thank you! 

A home owner from Charlotte, Mi says:
Hi and thank you so much for the response! Please find attached diagrams of the two pins and the pins themselves. Let me know if there's any other information you need. Again?thank you!

Shelly
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Emily from SWISCO responded:

Thank you for the additional picture and information! I don't recognize these pins at first glance but I'm going to have one of our senior experts take a look and see if they could recommend a replacement for you. We'll reach out as soon as more information is available. 

Thank you!

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Paul from SWISCO responded:

Hey, Shelly. 

I'm afraid we don't carry these original Float-A-Way top pivot pins anymore but we do carry a newer style, the 21-024 top pivot and 21-022 guide pin. To determine if you'll be able to use this new style of hardware, can you show us a picture of the holes at the end of your door where the pins fit into? 

A home owner from Charlotte, Mi says:
Hi?I attempted to send pictures but must have messed it up so trying again?
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

The new Float-A-Way pins might fit your doors. You would remove the nylon bushings and springs. Then slide the new pins into the square hole and the extended hook would lock into the other hole.

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