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People have made some cool MOCs using these parts, and the Hoth Rebel Base http://www.brickset.com/detail/?set=7666 used them for the anti-personnel turret.
Has this piece like fell off of the face of the earth?! Please help!
any help, much appreciated
i never know how to describe them when looking them up in bricklink
The cylinder (you must have one more somewhere) is 2850 Technic Engine Cylinder.
The two small rods still connected inside the pistons, are: 2852 Technic Engine Connecting Rod.
The yellow "pins" are part of a crankshaft, and called: 2853 Technic Engine Crankshaft.
The red pin is a normal technic axle, 32062 Technic Axle 2 Notched.
Oh, and I have a feeling they all must be from set #8291 - Dirt Bike.
Thank you and I must confirm that you are exactly right! I did a bit more research after my recent post. Indeed, these are from 8291 - Dirt Bike.
Good call and thanks for the help.
just a few things I have not been able to identify, and the crazy color in the bottom right corner
The crazy rose/pink color is mostly found in the Life on Mars series.
The top left printed piece is from 5958 Mummy's Tomb.
The yellow one in the middle is found in several of the Alpha Team sets.
As a trivia point, the "tone family" (my term, not TLG's) that Sand Red fits into also includes Sand Blue, , and Sand Violet, three colors also used widely in Life on Mars, but also another color that people don't tend to associate with these: Sand Yellow, better known to the AFOL community as Dark Tan. There were also metallic equivalents of Sand Blue, Sand Violet, and Sand Yellow, all of which are now discontinued. Metallic Sand Yellow is called Flat Dark Gold by Bricklink. I have no knowledge of whether any sets actually used Metallic Sand Violet, but it is on LEGO color palettes from the early naughts.
supposedly it's a united airlines plane. I think it's a MOC, but I can't tell for sure.
And there is something weird going on with the front-wheels - even if the current cockpit is just some random brick, there wouldn't be room for a proper cockpit ... So all signs point to MOC.
If I'm wrong, I'll eat a 2x4 plate :)
I'm back again and stuck on trying to find a particular part I have seen used in loads of mocs recently. After searching on bricklink under various categories I just can't seem to track it down.
It can be seen in this moc here http://www.flickr.com/photos/buurli_burri/8524185884/sizes/o/in/photostream/ (not made by me) and are the two staffs with crystals held by the minifigures on the path.
If someone with greater bricklink experience than me could track them down I'd be very grateful.
(Mods should move the post to here:
Last seen in black in Lavatraz.
Brings back memories of trying to create a working scale model of the Indiana Jones Spike Chamber as a kid...
6045952 - 10498 - Shell A 3M Ball Snap Ø10.2
6045953 - 10498 - Shell A 3M Ball Snap Ø10.2
I suspect one of those 90639/40/41/xx-s, but haven't seen one and the PAB image is very "transparent" so hard for me to be 100%
6044729 - 13971 - Rim Narrow Ø18x7 W Hole Ø4.8
I suspect, this is:
but again, I'm not 100% sure [just 99...]