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What are some helpful techniques for applying stickers?
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For a rectangular sticker on a rectangular surface, I usually try to center it between two sides and align it along the top. This does cause the problem of centering the sticker up and down. If I ...

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What is the largest jump in LEGO instructions?
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Car Chassis 8860 gets my vote for complexity of a single step. The instructions are laid out so that you have two pages like this on top of each other. I was building this model with my 11 year ...

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Where can I find LEGO X-Pod Playoff rules and printoffs?
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I found here a link to the LEGO website on archive.org with the X-Pod playoff section intact. The download links for the rules and starter kits still seem to work. The units catalog is slightly ...

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Are the X-Pods balanced?
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It's been a while since I've played, and looking at the strengths and weaknesses of the individual pods does seem to make them look fairly equal. However, I distinctly remember that some sets had ...

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Best way to store instruction manuals?
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My wife found some magazine holders to keep her magazines organized in a 3 ring binder. Those might be helpful for some of the larger manuals. Storing them in order by set number or alphabetically ...

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Are all the Magnet minifigs now glued on and how should I remove them?
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One way to remove them would be to carefully drill out the studs. You would need to put the legs in a vise of some sort (covering the metal jaws with something that won't damage the plastic) and ...

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Do LEGO bricks float?
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I'd have to say that in general, only the parts that are designed to float will do so reliably. You may be able to make some sort of raft by inverting several large bricks (studs down). I haven't ...

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