Slelecting proper Sliding door replacement locking assembly

A quick learner says:
I am planning to purchase the Handle (P/N 82-090 ) and Lock (P/N 82-227 ).
is it possible to install the above SWISCO handle and lock to in the same position/configuration as my present lock shown in the attached pictures; specifically the position of the Offset.

Have I selected the right replacement parts?
please provide instruction/direction to install the replacement part to match my existing configuration as shown in pictures attached.

Thank you,
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Lauren from SWISCO responded:

Hi James, thank you for posting,

I agree that your original hardware does look like a good match for the 82-090 handle set and 82-227 mortise lock as long as the dimensions match up.

The handle set is reversible so that the thumb latch would be in the top position like your original. The pull handle itself unscrews from the base so that you can orient it appropriately. Please let us know if you have any additional questions! 

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