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That's a rather old part (50 years, actually) used mainly for tipper buckets in trains or trucks, you can see it in this train for example: Its part ID is 3145.


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The Hotel part is from 10182-1: Cafe Corner, The Olive Green canoes come from 70623-1: Destiny's Shadow The brown assemblies on the lower right second picture are from 7662-1: Trade Federation MTT -see step 54 on page 61 https://www.lego.com/biassets/bi/4515434.pdf and parts from 10696-1: Medium Creative Brick Box ( crocodile) also there is a Smurf and ...


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For the rim I would say its original. LEGO made this part in Transparent. It has the correct mound ID 88517 And contains the LEGO logo + copyright symbol Only this part comes in 2 sets which doesn't contain a tire. The tire you have looks like Motorcycle Tyre Ø 100,6. Based on photos I cannot see any visible markings on the outside of the tire. I do own ...


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If you would like to get an official statement on this, your best bet is to contact LEGO's customer service. Here are some pointers you might consider when communicating with them: It seems like your question is about some of the electronic components. So, let's narrow down your question to those. The battery in the #42009 LEGO Mobile Crane has two studs ...


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