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Questions tagged [part-identification]

The part-identification tag is used for questions regarding what kit a particular block is from, or what its purpose is.

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What are these mini figures?

I have just brought these mini figures and was wondering if anyone could identify them?
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What is the name or ID of this part?

Trying to locate this particular piece on BrickLink though I’m not having very much luck. It’s appears to be a grey bar piece/ zip line bar of some sort. Any assistance you can provide is greatly ...
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Which set is this slope with holes from?

I picked up a bag of loose LEGO at a thrift shop and cannot identify which set this piece comes from: The holes pass all the way through the slope but have small details inside that prevent a ...
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Color Chart Rosetta Stone

After discovering disparities between LEGO color names and families and 3rd party sites, I attempted to compile a sort of Rosetta Stone for the colors. Certain this is not complete but I believe a ...
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Trying to identify an old LEGO plate

Recently someone gave me a huge bunch of old LEGO pieces. Among the parts I found a white 4x6 plate with 4 wheel holes (those red wheels with a metal pin), a hole in the middle and an 2x1 extension on ...
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Looking for a spike

I spend some hours looking for the part attached to the microfigure of this picture: Can anyone identify the spike attached to the head of the microfig.
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Torso ID (No hands)

What is the number of the piece and where does it come from?
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2 Red LEGO compatible bricks

I'm not sure where I got these 2 pieces from, and I'm wondering what are they, and which brand they belong to. They are LEGO-compatible, but definitely not genuine LEGO. There are no identifying ...
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What is this heavy red LEGO piece with no obvious connectors? [duplicate]

I got a bulk box of LEGO on eBay and this was in it. It has the LEGO logo at either end but the pegs at the bottom don’t connect to anything. It’s heavy, like a battery, but no connectors and it doesn’...
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Unknown brick/piece information (curved, decorated slope)

Recently, I got a huge box of LEGO sets all mixed together. I have been slowly identifying the sets that are there. Some are complete, while others not, but I have been managing so far. Still, there ...
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General guidelines to identify real LEGO pieces from fake or copy?

I see a lot of questions here about if a certain piece is really LEGO or not and this made me wonder if there is any guideline to follow to identify real LEGO piece from the duplicate or fake one? I ...
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Can someone please identify this round dome part for us?

We're trying to identify the middle part in this picture. We would appreciate any help we can get.
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Help Identifying Mega Bloks Parts

I've bought a storage unit, and truly have no idea what these Mega Bloks are a part of. There are two blue domes, two green domes, and a bunch of what looks like tracks/road pieces.
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Identifying Parts Used For The Escape Hatch of Sariel's Tiger XL Model

I am working on a similar model of Sariel's Tiger XL in prep for my own designs of a few other German WW2 tanks, and need some help identifying a part or two. Does anyone know what are the two parts ...
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Can you identify these (possibly) LEGO horses?

We got these old LEGO-compatible horses from the LEGO collection that used to belong to my wife's brothers (which means they are probably 20-30 years old). I'm wondering if they are genuine LEGO ...
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Identify LEGO set with black door, large sand arch, dark-sand bricks, and tan plates?

What does this build? It has a black door, large sand arch, dark-sand bricks, and tan plates.
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Help in identifying elements used on LEGO Batman movie's Daleks

I've been working on making a replica of the Dalek from LEGO Batman. I've worked my way through this video tutorial and the author identifies some differences between their (awesome) effort and the ...
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What would be the origin of these 1x1 bricks with the top part and stud having a different color?

Last weekend while visiting Legoland Germany, we found the following pieces in the discount crates: They are white 1x1 bricks, with the top part (and stud) in light bluish gray. What would be the ...
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Identify these window panels ~4x3

These window panels came in a bulk buy and don't fit any of the accompanying windows. I would have dismissed them as not LEGO, except the greenness exactly matches other trans green elements. They are ...
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Can anyone identify this remote control and receiver?

Does anybody have an idea where this remote control and receiver are originally from:
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Are these bricks old Lego/Duplo clones?

Can anyone identify these bricks, which I suspect are Lego/Duplo clones. They may be more than 30 years old. I bought them on ebay as Betta Bilda from Lego/Duplo dealer. Some BB was included, but ...
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Advice on where to start

I've seen this (http://petapixel.com/2013/04/12/check-out-this-lego-slr-and-its-lego-camera-strap-and-lego-strobe/) and really want to build it but cannot find instructions anywhere. I can see the ...
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Grey Clone-Brand Brick With a Single Short Tube on the Bottom?

I've had this brick for a while, and I've long wondered what it is. It's a LEGO-compatible 2x4 brick, colored almost exactly the same as the old medium grey. There are no identifying marking, and the ...
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LEGO variant, or is it?

Evening all, my name is Craig and I'm in the early stages of sorting through a mothballed childhood collection of 20,000+ pieces mainly dating from roughly 1980 to 1992. Some of which I will keep for ...
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Need help identifying bricks from this list of images to buy them off Bricklink

List of images is here: http://www.mediafire.com/?n9w4cxlatlvuh8g Final build here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/25163007@N07/14560116177
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LEGO clone identification with letter B on studs

What LEGO clone is this? It looks like LEGO, but I can't seem to find anything more. Could you please help identifying this?
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Are These Minifig Accessories Official LEGO Parts?

I bought some minifigures on the internet, but these helmet, hair, and animal parts only have NUMBERS on them, but no LEGO logo. They feel like LEGO, but I'm not sure. Does anyone know a way?
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Can anyone please tell me what this is?

What are these? They are from a box of very old LEGO bricks, circa 1981.
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What's the name of this curvy looking brick

What's the name of the brick shown below? I've searched many sites including BrickLink and Lego itself but to no avail. Help? EDIT I think I found the name of this brick: 47456 Slope Brick Round 3 ...
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How can I find brick part number from a picture?

I found some books I like, but the book only give pictures of the parts. For example, this one How can I know the part number (for example in bricklink) from the picture?
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Is there a difference in the part number for those pieces?

The bottom tube of one of the bricks is hollow and the other one isn't. How do I know which version was used when I want to rebuild a set with "original" pieces? Is there a part number difference? I ...
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Can anyone identify these two Lego parts?

Bought a big bundle of parts recently, two of which I'm struggling to identify and load onto Rebrickable. Can anybody assist?
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What is the name of the piece that is often used to switch gears?

I have been trying to find this part on BrickLink and have searched every Technic category. I have come up empty. Could someone provide the name of this part so that I can find it on BrickLink?
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Can You Identify These Black Studless 2x4 Brick With Train Wheels?

I found a bunch of Pat Pend LEGO in a thrift shop. Among all the goodies there are two black smooth 2x4 bricks with train wheels attached to them. Their characteristics are as followed: They are ...
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Can you identify these bricks with grooves?

As far as I understand, these are modified with groove bricks. However, search for 'groove' on bricklink gives only left one. Which are the other two? Which other parts have similar vertical groove ...
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What is this element ID?

What is this element ID?? Could you please help?
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Please help identify this vintage (but non-Lego) brick!

It's time to play the "what brick is this" game, and this time our contestant is definitely non-Lego, yet vintage. This brick was in a small lot of early-60's Samsonite Lego bricks, and I am assuming ...
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Can you identify the set these white vehicle elements come from?

We got this big box of Lego bricks, and we don't have the manuals, please help!
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Part Identification: Foot Piece?

I saw this piece used as a foot in someone's MOC and I can't figure out what it is. It kind of looks like a bionicle foot but it doesn't match any that I know of. Pretty sure that the axle going ...
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Part identification: 40t gear from The LEGO Movie

While watching clip of the LEGO Movie, I found a strange part: Slightly earlier in the video, its part number is shown as 3649. But it doesn't match the 40t gear I know nor the pictures on bricklink....