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  • [Question] BTMRR Seating

    I remember before the refurb that we can squeeze three people into one row. So my question is, do they still allow three people to be in one row in the ride?

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    Re: BTMR Seating

    There were three people in a row in front of me on Friday. One adult and two children. The CM was surprised that they wanted to ride that way (tight fit) but there was no problem with it.

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      Re: BTMR Seating

      How a pad seat
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      • #4
        Re: BTMR Seating

        I am also curious about how the seating is. Padded? Not padded?

        Tight fit? Comfortable?
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        • #5
          Re: BTMR Seating

          Originally posted by DrFink View Post
          I am also curious about how the seating is. Padded? Not padded?

          Tight fit? Comfortable?
          I went on it 5 times on Friday. As far as I can tell, the seating and cars are the exact same as before.

          Padded, yes.
          Comfortable, the pads yes.
          Leg room comfort could be contested depending on how tall you are or how long your legs are.
          Tight fit, I only rode solo, but again, the cars appeared to be nearly identical as they were before. I did see a few people sitting 3 across, small kids or two adults, small kid, one adult and two small kids.

          I will admit, my first time on it on Friday I was in row 1, and as I sat down all I could think about was the accident that took place on that ride....

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          • #6
            Re: BTMRR Seating

            Yep, seats are exactly the same, they can still fit 3 if so desired.
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