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You mean one of these? Basically, you'll need two circle of these 4 x 4 corner bricks: Separated by some of these Plate 1 x 2 with Handle: I don't think the centre red tile with an "R" on it exists, so I think you'll have to make one out of card or something.
A team in Perth (Australia) built a pure Lego suspension bridge that is quite long. All the links I can find are to youtube videos which is not very useful (here and here, for example). This media story has the photo I've copied below
I've used white nylon rope / string for my Lego bridges. When I think of twine I think of the tannish, brownish, rough, fraying type of string. The nylon stuff is cleaner and in my humble opinion appears sharper. A Lego purist would not allow any non-Lego element in a creation, but when it comes to suspension bridges, there are very few options. I've ...
I was able to find a few elements that are able to make this connection possible. I'm guessing the designer used some type of bar-sized element which is made from a different material that is able to compress slightly more than regular ABS. For example, the softer plastic used on some minifig weapons seems to work nicely: Another option could be flexible ...
LEGO Power Functions would probably be the most suitable option. You could use a PF M-Motor (8883) combined with a PF AAA Battery Box (88000) which has a two-way switch and is more than capable of powering four medium size or two extra large motors (each item sold separately).
They used a "lightsaber blade", more generally called a Bar 4L or some other Bar element. Bar elements are used extensively in SNOT building since they can pass through both Technic axle holes, Hero Factory double holes, open-hole studs, as well as many other elements like the Erhling/Headlight brick with the standard bar sized hole. The standard "clip" type ...
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