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Diamondback Construction Thread (Updated 3-19-09)


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Because they are skilled ironworkers and know how to put together rides like Diamondback. They might be doing prep work on all the track pieces to complete the lift (ie putting in the stairs and the chain link netting), so that when they put the big lift support up, they don`t have to worry about bracing it for long times when they prep the track, like they`ve done with the current lift support that is tied off to other areas.

They know how to put the ride together, and in what order they need to do it in to hopefully, complete the ride on time.

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no, if you look at number 3 in this rendering and other renderings it has a bend near the top, the tallest support is the only only one with a bend at the top (bend or overlap). number 5 will be where the planters are in front of the building, then behind the building is number 4 that is still in construction, then number 3 which is already up.

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That little bend in the support is supposed to be there. That little "bent" portion is plum (true vertical) as opposed to the rest of the left half of that support which is angled. The support becomes purely vertical to align with the center line of the lift track.

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