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  • Suggestions for Splash's front-seat height restriction

    Suggestions for Splash Mountain front-seat height restriction. (min. 60")
    Why can't they glue a bean-bag or something like in there to cushion the concave compartment?
    Wouldn't that solve the injury isue with youngsters? While still providing a place for knees to go for adults?
    It's not rocket science here.


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    Re: Suggestions for Splash's front-seat height restriction

    The problem isn't a bump on the back of the head, from what was described to me, the problem has more to do with tweaking/pinching/cracking neck and back muscles, etc. on the inside of the compartment. A bean-bag doesn't help in a situation where you have a small body crammed into a space it's not supposed to be.
    "Remember 'Old Yeller'? We shot the dog." - Roy E. Disney

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      Re: Suggestions for Splash's front-seat height restriction

      Originally posted by Sorcerer's Apprentice View Post
      Suggestions for Splash Mountain front-seat height restriction. (min. 60")
      Why can't they glue a bean-bag or something like in there to cushion the concave compartment?
      Wouldn't that solve the injury isue with youngsters? While still providing a place for knees to go for adults?
      It's not rocket science here.
      pretty much what they are going to do... but takes approvals from many diffrent levels before they can start modifiying the logs. Give it a few months and the 60 inch rule will be gone.

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        "We believed in our idea - a family park where parents and children could have fun- together."

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