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Looks like this piece: Plate, Modified 2 x 4 Thin with Bottom Struts to Pins It comes in a few sets, usually as landing gear.
answered Feb 5 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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According to the set designer for the Paranormal Intercept Bus set, Niek van Slagmaat, the released product contains 3 references in total, which he identified in a presentation at BrickFair Virginia …
answered Dec 26 '19 by Alexander O'Mara
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One other mirror piece that hasn't been listed is the Mirror of Erised in 4721-1: Hogwarts Classrooms. It too is a sticker, on another piece, in this case a clear window. On the front, the stick …
answered Jul 16 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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According to LEGO, it's the BrickHeadz icon with the series number. He also stands on a buildable baseplate with series number and BrickHeadz icon for easy display -- Batman Brickheadz LEGO Shop p …
answered Mar 15 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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It's a Spybotics remote from 2002. It came in 4 sets, and works with the receiver in those sets. I found this page which talks a bit about them.
answered Nov 23 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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The first two are: Hinge Plate 2 x 4 with Articulated Joint - Male Hinge Plate 2 x 4 with Articulated Joint - Female They are still used in modern sets sometimes. The last two are called "b …
answered Apr 21 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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I don't know what the yellow piece is, but the big plate is an old 1955-69 garage floor plate, with the rectangular holes. Garage Floor Plate (Old style)
answered May 3 '18 by Alexander O'Mara
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It looks like you have some Mega Bloks sets. I can't say for sure if these are sets you have, but I found similar pieces in these sets: Dragons Battle Gate Portal of Fire I don't know of any r …
answered Dec 3 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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They appear to be part of the Sydney Opera House set: It contains that tan slope brick: And those white hinge brick bases: And you can see those parts in that configuration.
answered Feb 27 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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Technic bushes didn't always have LEGO stamped on them. I don't remember exactly when I first noticed this, but some years back they started stamping LEGO onto a bunch of different pieces that didn't …
answered Dec 1 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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Back in 2004 LEGO released a Knights Kingdom line of sets with trading cards for a trading card game. Those trading cards had some pictures and story information on them. I was able to find picture …
asked Dec 20 '19 by Alexander O'Mara
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No. Set 30476 (pictured below) says it contains 33 pieces, but the set contains 3 extra pieces in addition to the ones needed to build the set. I believe it has always been this way. Yes. When LEGO r …
answered Oct 25 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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The biggest difference I can think of that would impact my choice would be that the standard linear actuator is much more sturdy. The standard linear actuator has a metal pole and is very rigid. The …
answered Feb 23 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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As far as I know, it's not intended to have any building function, it's just there to prevent any excess plastic at the fill hole from getting in the way of other pieces. I can't find a good close-up …
answered Nov 29 '18 by Alexander O'Mara

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