I distinctly remember separating this part from some Bionicle parts. But is it a original LEGO part? There are no part numbers or other marks on this piece - except for a "2" (seems to be the right font for a LEGO piece - injecting mold production line number?). No LEGO logo.

I have searched the BrickLink catalogue, but without any luck. Thank you for any help

rectangular base with sides, and a bar extending from the middle

rectangular base with sides, and a bar extending from the middle

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    I also have a tub of them separated out from clone-piece winnowing. I'm fairly sure we're out of luck regarding them being Lego. I wonder if they're for a race track, where the big part clips on and the other part points up to attach railings.
    – RSchulz
    Commented Feb 11, 2022 at 20:19
  • Yes, I think you might be right. I don't really see how this part would fit into the lego system... :-)
    – Søren
    Commented Feb 11, 2022 at 22:13

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It's an accessory to the LEGO BIONICLE Bohrok and Bohrok-Kal sets, which can be used to hang the Bohrok sets in the product canister, which doubles as their cocoon/nest.

Bohrok hanging in canister

It attaches to a clip inside the lid and clips onto the Bohrok's back-side, as shown in the instructions:

Instructions about clip

It appears it is not considered a "piece" per-se (which would have a part number and be included in the part count), but you can find the listing on BrickLink here. Yours appears to be blue, like Gahlok-Kal's canister lid.

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    You beat me by 6 minutes! I posted almost the same answer so I deleted mine. This is definitely the part in question. Commented Feb 12, 2022 at 19:40
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    Amazing! I guess it's obvious I've never opened a new Bionicle canister.
    – RSchulz
    Commented Feb 12, 2022 at 20:13

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