Parts for metal bi-fold doors

A home owner from Philadelphia, PA says:
Hi,
I submitted an inquiry about 15 minutes ago and then realized I should have included more information. I'm missing the upper and lower pins from bi-fold doors manufactured by Kinkead Industries. The brand is Float-A-Way. The doors are 65" width, 78.5 height. Do you have anything that would work for these doors?
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

The 21-033 and 21-035 are bifold door pins often used with Float-A-Way brand doors. Just remove the old pins and compare the pin diameter, as well as the diameter of the cap atop the pins, to see if these match what you need. Let me know what you find out. 

A home owner from Philadelphia, PA says:
Thanks so much for your response. Neither of these look like the pins in these doors, but maybe one of both will work anyway? I've attached a photo of the pin that is currently in use. I'm thinking of ordering both of the pubs you suggested to see if one or both might work, but I'm wondering if you could look at this pic to see if there's another suggestion.

Thank you!
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Can you tell me the diameter of the pin, and the diameter of the cap atop the pin? That would help narrow things down. 

A home owner from Philadelphia, PA says:
Hi Bob,

The diameter of the cap is 3/4 of an inch, and the circumference of the pin is 7/8 of an inch which I think makes the diameter .28 of an inch?

Thanks so much. This closet is bedeviling me.

Gretchen
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

It looks like you have the latest style of the Float-A-Way bifold door pins. For the top and bottom spring-loaded guide pins, see our 21-022. The bottom threaded adjusting pin would be 21-023 and for the top spring-loaded pivot pin, see the 21-024. Thanks for posting!

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