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I can't take credit for this idea. Several years ago I had seen a Lego Edition Ford F-150 with blocks for valve stem caps. I decided to make ...
1) How ever many blocks and which ever color you desire but they must be 2X2. 2) Metal valve stem caps. 3) Hot glue gun. 4) Utility knife. ...
Be careful while doing this. Cut out as much of the center cylinder shape as possible. You should end up with about 1/8" left since the angle of ...
Now, make the next cuts in the cylinder, straight down. The cuts should be close together. This will allow you to push the pieces back, breaking them off ...
Your block should look like this. You want to clear as much of the cylinder out as possible to avoid having alot of the metal valve stem cap ...
Fill it roughly 3/4 full. It goes without saying that you don't want to make a mess but you want to try to have excess squeeze out once ...
Insert the cap all the way into the block. Use the screwdriver to center and level the cap inside the block.
The cooling process can be sped up by placing the block in the freezer for a few minutes. You will need to first off, BE CAREFUL and second, ...
Hopefully without any blood loss.
Felicidades! You have made a Lego block valve stem cap. Make three more and you have a complete set. These bad boys should increase the coolness of your ...
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