> I just got back from CP. Seems that magnum broke it's chain this morning.
> When I got to the park, they had one of the "Magnum XL 200 will not be
> operating today" Signs up. I walked on over, and there was a crane, about
> twenty guys, and a ton of chain.
> They had built a wooden work area on top of the track. They were
> laying down the chain on top of it. It appears as though they had run a
> cable from the bottom to the top, and back down again. They had a bullozer
> type machine pulling the cable, which would lift the chain.
> The work seemed to be going fairly quickly, so I can't imagine it
> being down very long. It's a good thing CP had a spare on hand, even
> though I didn't get to ride it today.
chain phenomenon at several parks this season and I honestly can't
remember it ever happening before. Is that a fairly common problem,
especially in parks that don't operate all year long?