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Also before I begin with details, I DO know that every ride has a sign with their weight restrictions listed on it. However, I'd rather not drive the 2 hours and pay the fee to get in, only to find I can't ride anything. This is more about size rather than weight, anyway.
I'm 5'6" and 249-250lbs. Most of my weight is in my stomach, however I can suck it in enough to take off about an inch or 2, possibly 3 on my waist, even when sitting down. I haven't bought new jeans in about 2 years and am currently wearing stretched out size 16 jeggings from the junior plus section of Deb. I'd guess I'm a size 18 or 20 now. My thighs/legs are pretty thin for my body type, imo. I've definitely seen others with bigger. I'm also worried about my breasts. I wear a 36D but I believe I'd be a DD if I got professionally measured. This makes me worried about over the shoulder bars and would plan on wearing the least padded bra I own plus a tight sports bra to help flattening.
Two years ago I went to Dorney Park and had no problems on the one ride I went on, however my friend got kicked off said ride due to her weight (hence why I only rode one ride) and has left me paranoid since then because I know I've gained weight since then. I don't know how much she weighed then and I can't bring myself to embarrass her (and myself tbh) by asking her.
Now, with all the detail I think I've given people a chance to give accurate answers. Do you think I'll have a probably with rides? I've heard Batman has pretty small seating. How about Kingda Ka? I've been dying to go on it since it came out.
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P.S...2 hours from Seaside to GrAdv? NO WAY!! You must drive even slower than I do...
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