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teenageninja last won the day on November 13 2011

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  1. It says in the article they go on sale November 10th at 8 pm.
  2. People weld at heights all the time. Replacing a piece of track is a pretty major overtaking and I highly doubt they'd be rushing to do that for 3 more weeks in the season. Not to mention Clermont Steel would have to have all of the raw material on hand, they'd have to have time in their production schedule, they'd have to have time to get it painted.
  3. Why would a crane mean track work? They may be using a crane to put a bucket to help carry people up on. If you saw wiring pulled out, why would you assume it's a track issue? This isn't Instagram, you don't need to clickbait people. If I had to guess, it's something related to the lift system, whether that be the motor, the chain, sensors, etc.
  4. They likely are probably waiting on the plaque material and time to assemble them in the offseason.
  5. I really struggle to see them getting that much for this, outside of enthusiasts. I had a pretty deep connection to Vortex and that's about 4x as much as I'd be willing to pay.
  6. I remember going to the first Fear Fest pretty vividly. If I recall correctly, the houses were all subcontracted out through another company, hence why none of them returned. I remember there was one in the KI Theatre back areas called Captain Jack or something along those lines that was pretty good. The Freezer, I believe, did have cool air pumped into it. I remember it being colder than the outside. I believe that it ran around the front half of the Eiffel Tower in the circle. I distinctly remember a lot of the characters having "icicles" on their faces, in their beards, etc. It w
  7. Did the park open the dorms this year as planned? Also, for the people who say "It's only about a half mile" try working 13 hours in a hot sticky day, then telling your International workers "Just hike about a half mile in the pitch black back to your dorm." Also, who's to say it's a shuttle route? Maybe they are just adding lights along the path so it's not a walk in the dark. Maybe the excavation in the parking lot is making a connecting path so they can drive them over to the employee gate, which is just on the other side of the main gate.
  8. I'm wondering if they are getting new trains for T3 as well as the Raptor.
  9. They are brakes that slow the ride down and don't stop it. Diamondback has trim brakes on the hill after the first turn around. The brakes after that, where the coaster can complete stop, are called block brakes.
  10. Sonder Brewing (basically across the highway) has a Giga Coaster lager on tap right now and in cans.
  11. We don't need a lot of things, but I do think a Ferris Wheel would be a nice attraction.
  12. Maybe not a great comparison considering it's had lots of problems. However, it says it's 6 miles round trip. Not a chance they would allow it to go over I-71 though.
  13. Millennium Force and Top Thrill Dragster are tight fits for the seatbelt for me, and I can get the lapbar down myself on Mystic, Beast, and Diamondback. Maverick is a little more forgiving. I can't say much about Steel Vengence, I've never ridden an RMC.
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