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  1. Hello all! There's a thread called "parts wear" which deals with such things as discoloration of bricks over time and tire deformation, but that's not quite what I was looking for. This one, as the title suggests, is geared towards motorized technic creations... Many people who build complex technic things and love their motors know that ABS plastic on plastic doesn't make for the best bearing in the world, often resulting in extensive deformation and/or failure of parts, or the creation of "dust" from a once-useful axle under load. Fast mechanisms, even under little to no load, also like to disintegrate very quickly... What building techniques (or even slightly non-vanilla tricks) do others use to keep their models going, or at least keep the parts usable once the model comes apart? Happy Building! I got some wheel hubs (left) a few weeks ago because they look like they can handle heavy vehicles much better than standard axle-in-pinhole hub designs (right). I don't know if there's any real advantage to using them, but it seems like the greater surface area plus a drop of oil or something would make them far better at holding up in the long run versus just an axle in a hole
  2. Hi! :) I was wondering if there will be someone interested in buying probably unique Lego Cargo Bionicle knapsack from 2001. As I have seen It's unavaliable on Ebay. It came out with the first wave of Toa. Maybe there will be someone who would like to buy such a one for his younger brother or other relative. It is supposed to be for children like 5-8 years old. It's quite collector item. After looking at exchange rate I would like to sell it for around 25$/20€. If there will be not a lot of willings I think I can lower the price. It's condition is satisfactory after all these 12 years. Its legs are only slightly sore. It was used only for 3 years and then It spent the rest of time in a wardrobe. From time to time I took it out to clean it. I would like to add it was bought for 100$. And if you know somebody interested in buying it you can recommend this offer. Now I will publish photos.