Extensive math, physics and planning went into Hersheypark's Sky Rush

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The math is there, in every strut, in every bolt and every cubic meter of air along the entire 3,000-foot length of Skyrush. Designing and building an extreme roller coaster is not the same as putting together a piece of Ikea furniture. There can be no left over screws, bolts or pieces. Parts sourced from all over the world must fit — and do so to within extreme tolerances measured in fractions of an inch.

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