Yeah I do know. What? Not a clue. But I discovered one among these little components in a bulk bin and grabbed it as a result of it was new to me. Plus it takes no house or weight to talk of. Finally found out that it’s used along with a rip-twine. This was WAAAY again in 2004 earlier than Chima Speedorz and Airjitzu. So nothing new. In reality I assumed it was a friction match gear from the outdated 80’s motors.
Unfortunately the gear enamel do not actually mesh with anything besides the rip-twine. But like every little thing else, it suits with the System! Yeah, are you able to consider it? The very first thing that grabbed my consideration was that little nub. When I used to be a child I used to be disillusioned that the little void beneath a stud wasn’t sized to match something. Now we all know in fact that LEGO typically makes use of that void to put monitoring gadgets to grasp extra about how LEGO is performed with. If you discover a tracker, smash it!
How? Use this little piece. The nub suits that void and the enamel are sized at four.8mm diameter which (as everyone knows by now) matches a stud. Fits nice right into a 1×1 plate, albeit a bit unfastened. The match right into a spherical 1×1 plate is way tighter. If your fingers aren’t very grippy, you would possibly want some pliers.
Since the diameter is a stud, it ought to match right into a tube beneath a brick, proper? With ease!
Hey wait, is that this the lacking double male stud SNOT piece we have been looking for?
Oh. Yes. With precisely a plate of width within the center. (I actually did want pliers to extract the hex finish because it was fairly tight).