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  • 5 years, 5 months ago theskirrid (83748) MOC Designer ADMIN
    That's why we grouped it. A MISB set might prove what it was in, but LEGO certainly never record mould differences. We have to face the fact we'll never be 100%, but that's life. :-(
  • 5 years, 5 months ago Xfing (578)
    Another variant of the brick.. are you guys planning to put it into an actual list of sets?
    • 5 years, 5 months ago theskirrid (83748) MOC Designer ADMIN
      See part 48183... they're functionally the same, and we map this to it, it tells you under the image. Eventually it'll get split out properly, my OCD will make me...
      • 5 years, 5 months ago Xfing (578)
        Yeah I know... I was just wondering, cos we have like 3 kinds of cones too and all separated. Must be a tedious job tho
        • 5 years, 5 months ago theskirrid (83748) MOC Designer ADMIN
          It is, but it's worth it in the end, this is a back burner one though... anything you see you can submit a change for and I'll do them bit by bit of course, especially any sets with 'undetermined' pieces, I hate undetermined things!
          • 5 years, 5 months ago Xfing (578)
            Me too. But the difference between these two pieces is cosmetic and it's not really possible to ascertain which is which - even with using instructions, as these don't really use bricks' undersides. Oh bother.
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There are 2 Mold variations of part 90194 - Wedge Plate 3 x 4 with Stud Notches [Reinforced Underside] in the database, in use between 2009 to 2019. See Molds and other related Parts.

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