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I was wondering if there was an opposite brick to this one:

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Basically, I am looking for a 1 x 2 brick with two holes on the side where I could join the brick mentioned above.

  • Hello and welcome Benoit. Can you tell me what you are trying to achieve with this? Since the combination of this brick and “the opposite brick” basically creates a 2x2 brick, why are you looking for a more complex solution? – Phil B. Mar 20 at 16:36
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Your best chances are with Technic, Brick 1 x 2 with Holes. Although LEGO considers such connection illegal depending on application (see slides 2, 11 and 12 of this presentation by Jamie Berard). However it works without major issues.

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  • I can't care less if it's considered illegal :-). Thank you very much! – Benoit Goderre Mar 20 at 18:29

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