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Measurements (LDU) of Lego tracks Set 151
I have an old set of 7851 curved tracks. I want to use the outer tracks (the ones with the bumpy surface). If I was to put one end down on a baseboard so that is tangent/parallel with the grid of ...
May 6 '12 at 4:20
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