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6045952 and 6045953 essentially 90641, as far as I can tell. The newer Design ID makes me think it's a new molded variant of the same size and shape, but currently Bricklink doesn't differentiate between them, and I don't expect it to-- if anything, they'll probably just list the new Design ID as an alternate part number. The transparent color of the first part is an error-- it is not the first time this has happened with PAB thumbnails.
As confirmation, the sets that include those parts in the Customer Service database are currently listed as including 90641 on Bricklink. So either Bricklink will treat the parts as equivalent or (if there are in fact visible, meaningful differences discovered) list them as alternates in their sets' inventories.
13971 cannot be confirmed in this way because no customer service inventories currently include that Design ID. But chances are your hunch is correct. Again, likely a remold of the older part.
EDIT: Looking at the rotating thumbnail on PAB again, there ARE visible differences between 13971 and 56902, so chances are once it shows up in sets and people realize that it is a unique part, it will get its own Bricklink part number. Currently, however, there's no unique part number on Bricklink for it.
BTW, your post also helped me-- I didn't realize it was possible to link to individual pick-a-brick items!
Anyway BL tends to merge similar parts (like 1x1 headlight with/without notch, etc.), so, I'll match it to 56902 then see if there will be a big difference.
My main concern was the right size... The 18x7 (PAB) vs. 18x8 (BL). :-)
I usually have to dig for those deeplinks to get stuff automated the most efficient way... I think for that I had to go to packet capturing, but I'm not 100% sure now.
will give you an even more "bareboned" version of the part details, without the flash (so picture) and so on, but very good to get the "important" data only, like price, name, colors, item/group ID, etc.
So is this basically this: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=4132
or this: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=60598
Since i want to have it as a 100% accurate set it matters to me if the original CC came with windows that i´ve received or with another one?!?!?!Heeeeeeelp
Sounds like a nice oil rig MOC... probably a BP model.
I know this is kind of dumb, but I really like the Belville fairies. I just Bricklinked all nine of them.
I'm hoping that you can help me identify the correct color wands that each fairy needs. Thumbelina #5964 does not seem to have a wand, and I already have the wand from #5823. The wand is listed on brickset.com as a part for #7579, too.
So that leaves identifying the wand colors from these sets:
http://brickset.com/detail/?Set=5825-1 (the wand that the fairy is holding)
Thank you so much for your help in advance!
But looks like most sets come with one wand so one acn assume that's correct.
Trans-Neon Green Minifig, Utensil Magic Wand
Trans-Dark Pink Minifig, Utensil Magic Wand
says its this - Glow In Dark Opaque Minifig, Utensil Magic Wand
but the picture and alternate items suggest it's this - Trans-Clear Minifig, Utensil Magic Wand
Trans-Dark Pink Minifig, Utensil Magic Wand
Trans-Clear Minifig, Utensil Magic Wand
Trans-Green Minifig, Utensil Magic Wand
I know that this is technic but i don't know which catagory it's under. I tried doing an item search under the black color/part filter but no luck
The round tile has a sticker, the other is printed and is the groove type.
The round one could have a knock off classic-space sticker.
I have went through the BL catalog but could not find any thing (searches with 4150* and 3069*).
Would appreciate any help to identify them or confirming the knock off sticker.
The round classic space sticker is found in #7693. Interestingly, Bricklink does not have the counterpart round 2x2 tile with this sticker identified, but it's on the sticker sheet.
I found this cow, a chef's hat, a bowl and some other cooking utensil among my old Fabuland stuff. It may be part of the same set but I am now sure, as I could not find it.
Any help is appreciated,
ColoradoBricks is right though, pictures always help a lot.