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  • Starcade
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    We went yesterday and thought some rides were snug more for leg room than hip area I would say most coaster seats are about the same as Disneyland. We didn't ride everything yesterday as it was just a first time indicates visit so we mostly walked around to see things and ride some of the classics but Montezumas Revenge and Jaguar were both easy to get in an out of. I had heard Jaguar and Coast Rider were the tightest but Jaguar was fine for me and I am big dude.

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  • jcruise86
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    Originally posted by Starcade View Post

    Thank You for the response I am 90% sure I will fit on everything fine it's that 10% doubt that has my anxiety pinging lol! If they have test seats then that will be a big help.

    Many years ago when I was 160lbs heavier (lacking a thyroid sucks) We went to Legoland and I couldn't get the dragon swing lapbar to click and had to exit which wouldn't have been bad if not for the faces of my then 4 year old girls wondering why daddy had to get off the ride and not ride with them. Luckily my wife being thin had not issue so they could continue on the ride. But that experience was scaring. Having only gotten smaller during my years going to Disneyland and being able to fit in everything in the park ( minus the symphony swings due more to being too close to the weight limit as I think I could fit) has made visiting the parks a joy with every click of a lap bar it sounds like music to my ears.
    Thanks for sharing that!
    I had a co-worker who lost 140 pounds, and I'm not exaggerating--his transformation was more dramatic than Eddie Murphy's in The Nutty Professor.

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  • Starcade
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    Originally posted by bigcatrik View Post

    The only thing I recall from ride seat size discussions on the usenet roller coaster group is that Silver Bullet is from B&M who are known for including "big boy" seats on their coaster trains. Most of the bigger rides have trial seats outside the queue.
    Thank You for the response I am 90% sure I will fit on everything fine it's that 10% doubt that has my anxiety pinging lol! If they have test seats then that will be a big help.

    Many years ago when I was 160lbs heavier (lacking a thyroid sucks) We went to Legoland and I couldn't get the dragon swing lapbar to click and had to exit which wouldn't have been bad if not for the faces of my then 4 year old girls wondering why daddy had to get off the ride and not ride with them. Luckily my wife being thin had not issue so they could continue on the ride. But that experience was scaring. Having only gotten smaller during my years going to Disneyland and being able to fit in everything in the park ( minus the symphony swings due more to being too close to the weight limit as I think I could fit) has made visiting the parks a joy with every click of a lap bar it sounds like music to my ears.

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  • bigcatrik
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    Originally posted by Starcade View Post
    For those larger sized individuals or who know some who frequent both Knott’s and Disneyland is there anything at Knott’s that is tighter than Disneyland rides? I am large dude but I fit in everything at Disneyland fine, I even get several clicks on Goofy’s Sky School and fit in the Gadget Coaster. However I have not been to Knott’s since the 80’s and was wondering if I will have issue on some of the newer coasters?
    The only thing I recall from ride seat size discussions on the usenet roller coaster group is that Silver Bullet is from B&M who are known for including "big boy" seats on their coaster trains. Most of the bigger rides have trial seats outside the queue.

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  • Starcade
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    Ride fitment from Knott’s to Disneyland…

    For those larger sized individuals or who know some who frequent both Knott’s and Disneyland is there anything at Knott’s that is tighter than Disneyland rides? I am large dude but I fit in everything at Disneyland fine, I even get several clicks on Goofy’s Sky School and fit in the Gadget Coaster. However I have not been to Knott’s since the 80’s and was wondering if I will have issue on some of the newer coasters?

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