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{{Roller Coaster Descriptions}}

Revision as of 14:27, 11 February 2016

A Ferris wheel lift is a chain lift that incorporates a Ferris wheel into a roller coaster. The car enters in the bottom of the Ferris wheel where brakes stop the car while the wheel rotates the car to the top. (see Image) The "Wheel" then stops at the top and releases the car on its way. This is found in Maximum RPM!

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Roller coaster descriptions