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Have minifig hands ever appeared "on their own" in an official set?

Proving a negative is hard, so disclaimer first: This answer is neither exhaustive, nor definitive. My line of reasoning starts from the assumption that if there were ever standalone minifigure ...
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What is a rubber technic beam with two axle holes?

That sounds like Technic, Axle Connector Double - Flexible Rubber, known on rebrickable as Technic Axle Connector Double Flexible [Rubber]. It's used for various purposes - eg. when some extra "...
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Why does the Brickset inventory page incorrectly list a set as including 200 of a part when it actually includes more?

This doesn't have anything to do with database limitations or anything like that. Brickset scrapes their inventories from the replacement parts list on LEGO.com: https://www.lego.com/en-us/service/...
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What is a rubber technic beam with two axle holes?

On Bricklink, it's called "Technic, Axle Connector Double - Flexible Rubber" - part number 45590 https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=45590
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Part differences between main and alternate models of 8285 set

Rebrickable has an option to compare set's main models and some of the B-models as well. However there is no inventory for second model for 8285 set available on Rebrickable. The best I could find is ...
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How do I keep track of my Bricklink orders?

Good answers here. As all of them suggest to download ordered items and manage your orders in an offline manner. Another way is to, keep track of your collection (sets and loose/extra bricks) online ...
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Have minifig hands ever appeared "on their own" in an official set?

I don't know of any sets with the standard minifig hand that isn't already attached to a minifig arm and torso, but if you stretch the definition of hand to include say, the robot arm in 8635-1: ...
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How do I keep track of my Bricklink orders?

If you go to your order overview, you can click on Download On the next page select the checkbox 'Include detail items' This should give you and overview of all orders including exact parts bought in ...
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Set 3368 Space Centre missing one 4211805

This looks like an oversight in the inventory printed in the instructions. Your interpretation of the instruction step requiring two of these is certainly correct. The Bricklink inventory shows 2 of ...
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Inventory website/app/software?

Rebrickeable does what you are looking for. You can create an account and upload all of your sets by entering the set numbers. The website will automatically inventory all of your sets, and check what ...
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How do I keep track of my Bricklink orders?

To add to @user18321’s answer, here are two other ways: Within BrickLink: go to each order and click on “Add to Wanted List”. Now add the pieces to either a new wanted list (perhaps under the order ...
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Brick labels to be printed

You can try to use www.bricklabels.com It allows you to select which parts you want to print and allows you to print the labels in your custom size, fitting the drawers perfectly. Full disclosure: I ...
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How to create parts inventory for Rebrickable?

If you don't have reduced your pieces to some known sets, then I'm afraid, you have a lot of manual labour to do in order to create your initial list of elements you own. One tool that could somewhat ...
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Can the BrickStore part database be updated?

I found this on Eurobricks from 2014: I recommend to try BrickStock instead of BrickStore. Brickstore is old and is no longer supported and updated. BrickStock is a fork (using the source of ...
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How to inventory a large collection of LEGO sets

A custom spreadsheet solution gives you great flexibility and leaves you in control of your own data. Be sure to use a spreadsheet tool that supports the use of web images in cells (Google ...
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How to inventory a large collection of LEGO sets

I would recommend taking a look at BrickPicker's BrickFolio feature. It allows you to maintain a list of sets you own, including place of purchase, purchase cost and seal code, and keeps track of the ...
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