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  • Tower of Terror

    Hey everyone. yesterday i read tower of terror for the first time. WHAT AN AWESOME RIDE!!!! i was just wondering though... i saw they have two floors of loading...so that must mean they have 6 cars? but they only have 3 shafts? how does the tower work?
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    2 cars in each shaft. As one car is un/loading, the other car is going through the ride.

    I'm pretty sure that's how it works.

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      Re: Tower of Terror

      Originally posted by dchun2007
      Hey everyone. yesterday i read tower of terror for the first time. WHAT AN AWESOME RIDE!!!! i was just wondering though... i saw they have two floors of loading...so that must mean they have 6 cars? but they only have 3 shafts? how does the tower work?
      I think that one get push into the shafts the one upper floor is push out to unloading.
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      • #4
        Re: Tower of Terror

        I didn't know it was a book?

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        • #5
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          You people are ruining it!

          One car journies into the Twlight Zone while the other is loading.

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          • #6
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            Actually they weld together a new car after every ride. Once the elevator enters the Twilight Zone it's just easier to make a new one than try and bring it back from the zone...

            (kinda like the bowling alley on the simpsons. They make a new pin from a whole tree everytime one gets knocked down.)
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