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Is There A LEGO Site That Does This?
Some great reference sites out there obviously that break down all kinds of info. But I'm wondering if you all know of one that would do this. Let me explain what I want.
I bought a UCS Tumbler, used. It was shipped mostly assembled, some parts dirty and scratched, and with parts broken. I replaced the broken or scratched, cleaned the dirty and disassembled the whole thing. Sorted it all.
Now I'm ready to build. I'd like to be able to pull everything (during the build) that I would need for each stage (as if it were in the numbered bag LEGO issues) since TLG is good at ordering that parts madness instead of having all those part piles out on a surface all at once.
SO...is there a site that breaks down their inventories...per original Baggie?
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Download instructions from Lego.com. If you follow them, you're will see which parts are in which bag.
If if such a resource doesn't exist, oh well...no biggie.
On another note...these Stanley storage containers that attach to each other? Ten bucks each and AWESOME for pre-sorting and sorting during a project like this.