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|Designer / calculations||Curtis D. Summers|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
|Top speed||50 mph|
|Manufacturer||Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters (1988-2002) |
Raging Wolf Bobs opened in 1988. It operated until June 16, 2007, following an accident involving the derailing of a train that unexpectedly rolled backward on one of the track's hills. Later that season, park owners Cedar Fair announced the permanent closure of Geauga Lake, sealing the fate of Raging Wolf Bobs.
Raging Wolf Bobs had a max height of 80 feet, a drop of 75 feet and a max speed of 50 mph.
The Raging Wolf Bobs' original trailered PTC trains were replaced by a Gerstlauer train taken from the Villain for the 2003 season. For the 2005 season, another used Gerstlauer train from Holiday World's Legend was added.
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|Former coasters||Beaver Land Mine Ride • Big Dipper • Corkscrew • Cyclone • Dominator • Double Loop • Head Spin • Little Dipper • Raging Wolf Bobs • Steel Venom • Thunderhawk • Villain • Wild Mouse • X-Flight|
|Former rides||Grizzly Run • Hay Baler • Merry Oldies • Mr. Hyde's Nasty Fall • Pepsi Plunge • RipCord • Shipwreck Falls • Texas Twister • Time Warp|