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I've had this odd little part laying around my desk for some time - does anyone know what it is? There's no Lego logo anywhere, and I've searched BrickLink somewhat comprehensively, so I'm guessing it's from a compatible set.

It's a modified 3x2 plate, but without a hole, and the red bottom part is sort of a rubbery, grippy substance. The "cover" is softer, non-ABS plastic, and can snap onto the plate either way.

I'm guessing it came from my wife's nephews in a whole pile of stuff they gave us - mostly Lego but there was some MegaBloks stuff mixed in too. Probably not from after 2000 at the very latest.

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    Definitely not LEGO. Part with red insert seem to represent a brush. Do both pieces come apart easily? – Alex Jan 28 '19 at 21:47
  • The two pieces are not difficult to get apart - it's clear the one is supposed to be a "cover" for the red part of the other. The red stuff is a rubbery substance - like it was supposed to provide traction or something. – Justin C Ferguson Jan 29 '19 at 0:05
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    Is it not normal to close the newer question as a dup of the older one (granted the quality is about the same)? – Never Forget Dec 26 '19 at 15:40
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So, the curiosity bug bit me again. The mysterious part appears to be a Kre-O "Motion Brick" which appeared in various sets. In my research I found that there is a variation (hollow vs. solid) in the studs, as shown in the picture.
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