Questions tagged [bricks-and-pieces]

A service provided by LEGO group for ordering individual bricks and other LEGO pieces.

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What are the longest 1×x and 2×x plates and tiles ever released?

As a follow up of this question, here is the question for plates and tiles. What are the longest 1×x and 2×x plates and tiles ever released by Lego? When there are differences, I can think of the ...
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Cheapest set containing electric motor

Which LEGO set is the cheapest I can buy in a store with an electric motor in it?
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Are there any sets without a lot of fluff?

I'm an adult but have come to fall back in love with LEGO again after building the LEGO Apollo Rocket kit. I wanted to buy a large set of just various LEGO bricks to build neat things. But what I am ...
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Help identifying Lego bricks from a picture for a Geocache

I'd like to recreate a Lego design I've seen for an ammo can Geocache - its a box that opens with a hinged lid. I've found the parts for the handles (CLAMP 1X2) and hinge pieces (PLATE 1X2 W/SHAFT Ø3) ...
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Red Palisade Brick?

Is there a red variant to the 2x1 palisade brick (30136)? I looked at bricklink but couldn't find anything. Known colors don't include red or any similar shades, but I feel as if I've seen the red ...
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Can 2 baseplates be connected to make 2 story level? [duplicate]

My young girls are creating a house and want to connect baseplates to make a 2-story house. Is there a way? Are there specific pieces that can connect them?
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What is the wall thickness of a lego brick? [duplicate]

Different sources show different thickness for the wall. I've seen everywhere from 1.0mm to 1.8mm. I need to know with a high degree of confidence since I'm making an aluminium lego piece of a school ...
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Hi. I’d Like To Identify The Bricks In The Picture

I’d like to buy these bricks but I’m having trouble identifying some of them.
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Where do I find thousands of blue & yellow bricks for an art project?

I'm an artist and I've started a project where I need around 4000 blue and yellow bricks, specifically bricks and plates that are 2x or 1x any length, but the longer the better. Any suggestions on ...
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Connecting 2 NXT bricks in order to control motors and sensors from one brick

Is it possible to connect two bricks using a cable (connecting port 4 to port 4) , and then have both programs run by only pressing one button? I want the sensors attached to one brick affect the ...
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Is there a baseplate with connections on the bottom?

Today, I bought a baseplate (10700). Sadly, the female connectors on the back are not "LEGO compatible" can't plug any LEGO bricks into them. I want to build a LEGO cart so dash can pull dot (a ...
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Is there a way to identify the part number of a brick, just by using an image of it? [duplicate]

I am trying to get my brother a custom made gift of an enemy he likes from a game. However, I don't know the names of the parts, and to make my problem harder I have never seen some of these parts. I ...
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Exist some piece official or unofficial of Lego with the names of the minifigures?

I'm looking for a brick like this: Or similar with the name of the minifigures from the saga star wars, i want it for my minifigures collection. Exist some like this or an unofficial option?
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I need to know every LEGO's part number, name, and a picture of it [duplicate]

(spoilers) I saw The LEGO Movie and when Lucy looked at a Legeo piece she automatically knew it's part number, name, and other information about it. I thought this was really cool, and knew I could do ...
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Difference between "Pick a brick" and "Bricks and pieces"

I am confused by the existence of two distinct and official Lego online services for ordering individual Lego parts, Pick a brick and Bricks and pieces. Why are there two of them? What are the ...
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Are LEGO tires natural or synthetic rubber? [duplicate]

LEGO is the No.1 tire maker in the world by number of unit. It produce the same number of tires in a year as both Michelin & Bridgestone together, the 2 biggest tire manufacturers. A "real" ...
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What are the differences between the two available pizza elements?

In the "Buy pieces" section of the Lego website, I looked up the pizza element. It turns out there are actually two of them! Element 6102555 costs $0.41/piece and 81867 costs $0.37/piece, but they ...