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Can someone please help me to identify this LEGO brick?

rounded, textured piece zoomed-in

Here is another view:

rounded, textured piece in context

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  • I do not recognize this as a LEGO element.
    – Alex
    Jun 25 at 8:30
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    Neither do I, where are these drawings from? Jun 25 at 9:23
  • I haven't seen anything like that in official LEGO sets before, are you sure this instruction is not from a copycat company?
    – zovits
    Jun 25 at 9:35
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    The style of the instructions doesn't look like LEGO's style of instructions to me. As Henrik asked for, it would be great to know where these came from.
    – chicks
    Jun 25 at 14:13
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    Only 2 wagon wheels have 10 spokes, the others have 8. Number of sets that have those wagon wheels is short enough for manual inspection in bricklink -> none of the sets having those wheels look remotely like the stuff in the photo. It's quite safe to assume this is not a Lego set... Jun 27 at 10:00
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It's hard to prove a negative, but searching Bricklink for "brick 1x1 modified" does not give any relevant results.

Combined with the utter lack of familiarity from all commenters above, it is more than probable that this is a 3rd party (clone) brick, and not an official LEGO design.

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