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Share pictures of the pins here. My guess is that you can hit them with a wire wheel to clean them up and then lightly grease them and roll with them ones for now. You can likely roll without/improvise the rest if I'm following correctly but I'd get it all on order and install it as soon as the parts come in, which will be easy.
Most of the work is mounting the calipers and bleeding the brakes. Get that done, clean/grease the pins you have, install the pads and see where you are as soon as you can. The brakes may work fine at that point or you may encounter other obstacles which force you to change plans as you've mentioned.
Trying to reach out to folks on the forum in your area could yield the parts you need also and I'd spend some time trying to do that also.
Hold on to all the small parts/pieces you can moving forward, and some of the big ones as well. Organize and store them as spares somewhere.
Thank you for your reply!
I only have pins for one of them. I gave the whole other caliper, with pins and pads back. I should definitely keep my smaller parts in the future.
I think at this rate we'll just work something out and I'll just try to wrap up the brakes properly.