July 31, 2012

(rt) Assorted Lego awesomeness

 

PS–Semi-random question: Do you happen to know how/where I could buy just Lego train wheels & buffers? My mom just mailed the boys my 1983-era train set, and of course they’re wanting to build more cars. I see that Pick A Brick offers individual wheels & buffers, but I don’t know whether those require separate axles/connectors that aren’t sold there. TIA from the Micronaxx!

Posted by John Nack at 8:08 AM on July 31, 2012

Comments

  • Richard Morey — 12:43 PM on July 31, 2012

    I would check eBay..

  • Claudius — 5:29 PM on July 31, 2012

    We have a lego store in town. I you could post/mail a photo, part- or kit-number it might be easier.

    One reference that i find very useful in this context is 1000Steine (1000 bricks), which is a german LEGO Fansite. They have a list of pretty much all the Kits available: http://www.1000steine.de/de/info/setreferenz/

  • Claudius — 5:31 PM on July 31, 2012

    This is a list of all sets including “Zug” (german for train), grouped by year:
    http://www.1000steine.de/de/info/setreferenz/?dbac=s&suche_val=zug&evw=y

  • Phil — 4:20 PM on August 01, 2012

    Bricklink.net
    Online Lego mall with hundreds of vendors!
    Catalog of every Lego part ever made!

  • Phil — 11:48 AM on August 08, 2012

    Sorry! Its Bricklink.com
    Catalog on Lugnet.com

    http://guide.lugnet.com/set/?q=train+wheels

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