bi fold hardware help

A quick learner from Portland, Ore. says:
I'm trying to re- install 3 sets of Cox bi-fold doors in my daughter's house. She was left with the doors and complete top tracks (I think). The hardware in the tracks is stamped with 43-051. He are pics of the top & bottom of the doors and what was left on the tracks. Any help with the install process, needed hardware, etc wil be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Mike
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

Perhaps I can be of assistance. In the photo marked #112300, you are showing our 23-120 top roller guide and missing the 23-115 top spring-loaded pivot. 

  • In the photo marked # 112319, you are showing the 23-116 bottom threaded adjusting pivot. The other hole is left empty. 
  • In the photo marked # 112332, you are showing a Cox part that can be replaced by our 23-269 pivot bracket. Now on the floor at the bottom corner where the closet door goes, there should be a 23-316 jamb bracket. 
  • To install the door, first place the bottom 23-116 adjusting pin into the 23-316 jamb bracket. Swing the door up and place the 23-115 top pivot pin into the 23-269 door pivot bracket and snap in the 23-120 top roller guide into the track. Now you will need to adjust the 23-116 pin to square up the door and to help it to perform properly. Let me know if you have further questions.

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