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- A person or company that makes goods for sale
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- an extra car wheel and tire for a four-wheel vehicle
- An extra wheel for a four-wheeled vehicle
- A coupling between a trailer and a vehicle used for towing
- A superfluous person or thing
- someone or something that is unwanted and unneeded
- a steering bearing that enables the front axle of a horse-drawn wagon to rotate
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- Travel by hitchhiking
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2 Wooden Coasters: El Toro and Rolling Thunder ( the smaller one )
Inspired by the strength and bravery of a bull-taming matador, El Toro features the steepest drop of any wooden roller coaster in the country at a record-breaking
76 degrees. This imposing thrill ride combines all the best features of wooden coasters with the smooth speed of their steel counterparts.
Experience weightlessness with nine separate "airtime" opportunities
Take on four fast-charging drops, multiple highly-banked turns and a beastly "twister" finale
Ride the second tallest and fastest wooden coaster in the world
El Toro (Spanish for "The Bull") is a wooden roller coaster at Six Flags Great Adventure. It opened to the public June 11, 2006. It was designed by Intamin AG of Switzerland. It had the steepest drop of any wooden roller coaster in the world, at 76 degrees, until this record was broken by T Express in 2008. It is the third tallest (188 ft) and third fastest (70 mph) wooden roller coaster in the world. It is also the first wooden roller coaster to use a cable lift hill instead of the traditional chain lift. Because of the extreme negative g-forces (airtime) on the ride, the lap-bar restraints are very tight, causing some problems for older and larger riders.
El Toro is the main attraction of a new Mexican-themed section, Plaza Del Carnaval. Some of the ride's track is located in Rolling Thunder's infield. It is the steepest lifted (as opposed to launched) roller coaster in the park.
Once the first car of the train is past the catch-car, the cable begins moving and the catch-car locks onto the first car. As soon as the entire train is on the lift, the cable accelerates to its full speed of 13.5 mph. At this speed, it takes about 15 seconds for the train to reach the top of the lift. The cable slows down slightly as the train crests the lift, but this is barely noticeable on the ride. The cable continues to pull the train until the entire train is over the top of the lift.
After cresting the top of the lift (in which some airtime could be felt before the lift was slowed down in 2007), the train briefly travels forward and makes a sharp 180 degree turn as it quickly picks up speed. It then drops 176 ft at a 76 degree angle. The train reaches 70 mph; however, according to some ride operators the ride runs faster than it should, around 75 mph. Some people say that it feels like the train is being dragged down the first drop. The drop is noted as one of the best drops on any coaster because of its pull and feeling of the world dropping-out from beneath the rider. The drop is experienced very differently in each row because of the length of the train. The front row hangs over the drop for quite a long time, the train only starting to really pick up speed when the front row is almost at the steepest part of the drop. In the back row, the train picks up speed upon reaching the end of the turn before the drop, resulting in strong ejector air that's sustained almost all the way down the drop.
As the train reaches the bottom of the drop it comes close to the track above it creating a headchopper-effect. It then speeds up and over a 112 ft hill where riders experience strong and extreme air-time. After going down the hill riders have their picture taken and then go up and crest a 100 ft hill, once again with strong ejector air. As it comes out of the hill more headchoppers are speedily passed as it the shoots up an 82 ft hill, giving less intense ejector airtime. The train speeds into a sharp 180 degree downward-banked turn and up another banked turn and then drops, this time riders experience floater airtime. The train goes through more headchoppers and a small 2nd hill that speeds past the station and the lakeside. The ride then makes another turn and up a smaller hill over Rolling Thunder. After coming down the drop, the ride snakes through twists and turns through Rolling Thunder's infield. After coming out of the twister section, the train slows down as it moves through small S turn hills and into the brake run.
Location Six Flags Great Adventure
Park section Plaza Del Carnaval
Opened June 11, 2006
Manufacturer Intamin AG
Designer Werner Stengel
Model Wooden Coaster (Prefabricated Track)
Track layout Hybrid: Out and Back and Twister
Lift/launch system Cable lift hill
Height 181 ft (55 m)
Drop 176 ft (54 m)
Max speed 70 mph (110 km/h)
Duration 1 min. 42 sec.
Max vertical angle 76°
Capacity 1296 riders per hour
Height restriction 4 ft 0 in (120 cm)
Rolling Thunder info:
Rolling Thunder is a racing wooden roller coaster at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ. Rolling Thunder was the park's first wooden coaster and debuted during the park's fifth anniversary. The ride has an adjoining entrance and a separate queue for each track. Coaster 1 can be reached by the right queue and Coaster 2 can be reached by the left.
Structure & track
The structure and track is comprised mostly of 850,000
Hitching from Meersburg to Munich, July 22nd 1994 Germany
Hitching through Wangen, southern Germany, 1994. Taken by fellow hitcher Lisa (with the flick-knife in her cardboard box for protection!). And yes, I reached Munich ... at midnight.
This was a 12-hour hitching day. My next lift took me to the outskirts of Landsberg, near Munich. I wandered from a petrol station of the motorway through the town and contemplated another night sleeping rough, perhaps in one of the giant concrete pipes in a building area (seriously). In the end I opted to try and make Munich and found the train station where I had a well-deserved beer and joined some good humoured lorry drivers at an outside table.
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