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Looking for the name of this really tiny 1x2 lego part. In microbuilds it is used as wheels, but I think it may officially be an axle

BrickLink calls it 2496 Wheel Skateboard / Trolley
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What does "all wheel drive" actually mean in the Land Rover Defender set?

The "all wheel drive" phrase is used to represent a fact the model has a real life-like feature, I guess. Yes, it may not have the motor to provide the power to the wheels. But it has the ...
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What does "all wheel drive" actually mean in the Land Rover Defender set?

Alex has given a great answer to your "what does "all wheel drive" means?" question, I'll attempt to answer the next one: What about other sets like Jeep Wrangler, Monster Jam ...
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How can I extract a metal axle from a plastic wheel without damaging them?

From accidentally destroying some older wheels (decades on a sunny windowsill can make red parts brittle), I think you're out of luck. The ends of the metal axles I've seen have had splines formed ...
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Gearbox doesn’t move when it’s in neutral - Is that normal?

The point of the neutral position in a gearbox is that it disconnects the engine from the drivetrain. Therefore no movement is expected at the wheels when the engine turns and vica versa. If the ...
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LEGO Bugatti Issues

According to what you are saying, I think the best choice you have is to replace the "yellow" suspension to the "grey" suspension. Moreover, you can also put a cardan to reduce the ...
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What does "all wheel drive" actually mean in the Land Rover Defender set?

The 'real' Land Rover Defender comes standard with 'permanent All Wheel Drive'. Permanent All Wheel Drive is standard on Land Rover Defender except for those fitted with new D200, D250 and D300 6-...
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