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  1. The way I understand it, these part numbers used by Rebrickable, Bricklink and other platforms are assigned by the community but for the newer parts they generally coincide with the LEGO-provided "Design Numbers" which can be fetched from the Bricks&Pieces page For your convenience I copied them for the 42128 set PNEUMATIC TUBE 160MM Element 6352200 Design Number 37574 PNEUMATIC TUBE, 304 MM Element 6352206 Design Number 79307 PNEUMATIC TUBE 224MM Element 6351907 Design Number 21825 PNEUMATIC TUBE, 128 MM Element 6352209 Design Number 79308 PNEUMATIC TUBE, 304 MM Element 6352208 Design Number 79307 PNEUMATIC TUBE 224MM Element 6351910 Design Number 21825 PNEUMATIC TUBE 32MM Element 6247177 Design Number 26445 PNEUMATIC TUBE 64MM Element 6119454 Design Number 21837 PNEUMATIC TUBE 184MM Element 6150192 Design Number 26436
  2. Is there any difference in strength between yellow and red hard shock absorbers?
  3. Well, in the Power functions era it was 5 years between introduction of the four-wire cable and the servomotor which used it
  4. I am positive it is real Lego. It comes from 42100 which I bought recently. And it has LEGO marking, unlike the old one, which doesn't have any.
  5. @nerdsforprez what is that giant aircraft on the last photo?
  6. Did anyone manage to order and then receive 42113-specific parts from B&P? Now they are not visible on the site. I also received a refund to my card which I used to order them on 16th of August (but no email about my order being cancelled, so maybe they are going to charge me again later)
  7. I would recommend 42055 much, much more. It's interesting to watch, the whole machine and it's functions are truly novel
  8. Hey @dunes, just for you to know, there is still interest in your BWE files :)
  9. Exact ratio with denominator 11 is impossible with classical meshing gears (as no Technic gear teeth number is divisible by 11), so you can look into differential-based system
  10. I was referring to the same place. Here you can see an end of a transverse axle which is, I think, not tan but yellow. Therefore it is not a single continuous transverse axle (so no new axle color and no new gear needed). I can be wrong though
  11. The axle on the left side of the vehicle is clearly yellow so it is not a continuation of the tan axle you're speaking about
  12. It is not, just open it in new session