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I am trying to organize my sons LEGO bricks and we cannot find a book or what these bags go to. Not even sure the bags go together?

Bag 5 has grey pieces and these long red things that look like you shoot them at something.

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This bag has yellow wheels and lots of other grey, red and yellow and some black

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Bag 2 with yellow and grey and black and little red and maybe two blue also a grey clear windshield piece

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This bag has lots of grey light and dark and some red tan and black in it and a couple blue small ones

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  • Hello Gwendolyn, welcome to bricks.stackexchange! I've taken the liberty to merge your answers with your original post and flagged the answers for deletion. To your question: it looks like bags 5 and 4 belong to the same set - a Star Wars vehicle - and bags 2 and 3 also seem to belong together but as part of a different set. – Phil B. Apr 11 '16 at 2:05
  • Also worth mentioning that you don't have any complete sets - the numbers are which order you are supposed to open them in order to complete the set, so since you have no #1 bags, there isn't really any place to get started with them – user2813274 Apr 11 '16 at 2:24
  • Ya, these were just random bags I had leftover after organizing. Trying to figure out which sets they go with. I organized about 60 different sets today so it's a complete mess!! – Gwendolyn Rathburn Whitfill Apr 11 '16 at 2:26
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Bags 4 and 5 are from set 75050-1: B-Wing based on the red Arrow 8M For Spring Shooter, 4211725: Plate 4X6 26 Degrees and 4233485: Brick 1X2 With Cross Hole

Bags 2 & 3 are from 4202-1: Mining Truck based on 4210720: Plate 6X14, 4210794: Plate 6X8 , 4490139: Rim Wide W.Cross 30X20 , 4188313: Coupling Plate 2X2 and 4515351: Plate 4X4 Round W. Snap in combination with the different red parts

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