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If you just search Brickset for this years City sets with animals in and type in the set numbers on the ‘buy replacement bricks’ part of the Lego site it’ll work.
6341536- w. Lion Cub
6353540- W. Lion
6343841- Lion Cub
6341543- Elephant Calf
theres a few there, hope that helps. Unless you weren’t looking for the animals and this will be no help at all 😁
@Yellowcastle good spot and thanks. I completely missed the other monkey and will have to add it to my wants list.
Its 6341535 if anyone needs the part number and for Yellowcastle the Design number/id number is 77993 😉
In stock in the UK too, shame most of the other animals aren’t.
Cat #11. part#79574 $2.96
The BrickHunter extension on Chrome shows images for most parts (see below from an order with some of the Minion BrickHeadz prints). The reindeer is the only thing I've ordered that hasn't displayed an image. That's probably because it's 6310336 for ordering, but shows up as 6330703 in the order details. BrickHunter is probably searching for the former number to pair the image.
Showing pictures of parts is not even the best part of the BrickHunter plug-in. Export BrickLink parts lists as XML, upload them to BrickHunter, and the extension will show the prices on Bricks & Pieces as well as Pick-A-Brick, and show which parts are currently unavailable through LEGO shop. It will fill shopping carts for you--a massive timesaver--and show what you need to get from BrickLink sellers. The side-by-side price comparison (see below for the ice skating penguin by JK Brickworks) can be incredibly helpful for figuring out if you want to pay a few cents more for a part from Pick-A-Brick in order to reach a gift-with-purchase threshold. PAB counts, B&P doesn't. The $35 minimum for free shipping is hit as long as you have at least one PAB piece in your order, even it's $34.95 in B+P and a single $0.10 piece from PAB (I've found you need to get to $35.05 or so rather than $35).
I feel like some LEGO worker had a laugh about this.
BnP still allows for 1 brick to be bought, but those usually don't count towards GWP etc?
Anyone seen this yet? @Tkatt didn't, i guess?
(again, I have NO commercial or other interest in BH)
(Pictures from StoneWars' excellent BrickHunter user guide.)
Is there some trick to getting a BrickHunter parts list to export and import onto a different computer? I can't get anything I export to then import for the life of me.
BrickHunter is a fantastic little extension, but there is definitely room for improvement, being able to sync across multiple devices being one!
Track - baseplate; brick; plate; plate; track
Roads - baseplate; plate; road plate (so the height of a brick)
Weren't there early morning when I place my order.
Just got some in another order.
So thank you for the heads up.
There's always next time I guess?
But the head is on B&P, so I'm kinda hoping the rest will come up eventually.
Some folks were able to call customer service, with mixed results, and get them ordered, but the adult elephant parts were never available directly through B&P. Only now is the head available, but body is not.