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enter image description hereI would like to mount the head of the Dino Triceratops, Item No: 4465c01, onto a brick/connector so it would be possible to fix it to a wall or over a door entrance. Any ideas on that?

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I don't have this particular piece but my advice for most 'non-standard' connections such as these is to use a part that is flexible enough to fit the gap.

The 'Technic, Axle Connector Double Flexible' piece under compression can make a snug enough fit to mount a sharks head.

In this example, you can use two Technic Axle-Pin attached to another two Technic 1X1 bricks.

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If you turn the rubber brick 90 degrees on it's side and place two of them together you might be able to attach something that isn't as wide.

  • very clever. not sure if the dino head connector is wide enough for this exact solution. I have to try. But the idea is inspiring to think out of the box, thanx. – fabian Jan 5 '18 at 17:06
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    If you turn the rubber brick 90 degrees on it's side and place two of them together you might be able to attach something that isn't as wide. – Ambo100 Jan 5 '18 at 17:08
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The horn piece I have from an old castle set, and you can grab it with minifigure hands. I can't think of a visually appealing way to mount it by the horn,but it is still an option.

  • visually interesting idea. I think in this case the minifig concept would not fit to the requirement of the project but I will keep it in mind. – fabian Jan 5 '18 at 17:20

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