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What is this old wheel brick? Wheels are also available in about the half size. They have metal axles.

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    The question seems to be more about the wheels than the center brick. I'm guessing that Kurbo assumed it was one part, and not an assembly. – chicks Jun 6 at 17:00
  • @chicks I disagree, because how are you supposed to know if the wheels have metal axles without taking them apart? Still, I admit that this is not exactly a duplicate. But this question has already been smashed 2 times with a dupe-hammer anyways. – mindstormsboi Jun 6 at 17:19
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    I did assume that they were always bundled together - I didn't think that they would have separate part numbers. – Kurbo Matematikon Jun 7 at 10:49
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There are some variants registered on bricklink, but judging by the name and the presence of the brick in the middle, I guess the closest is: Wheel with 12 Studs and Axle Cam with Light Gray Tire Smooth - Large (715a / 36)

The small version you mention is probably: Wheel with 4 Studs and Axle Cam with Light Gray Tire Smooth - Small (7039b / 132-old)

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Henrik covered wheels, so I'll just mention the brick used to attach these - Brick, Modified 2 x 4 with Wheels Holder, Trans-Clear Bottom

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As noted on Bricklink there could be some variations of this brick:

Several versions of this brick exist. Bush colors have been reported as red, black, milky white, and mixed colors, as well as a version missing the middle bush.

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