The only piggy part was the tracks. The center came off like a Spider, the sweeps, tubs and landing gear were all one piece, and lifted with an overhead trolly on the trailer. The ride had an appealing ride action and loaded all at once,
There is a stair-step that is suppose to go by the ramp to load that tub. The center wasn't that puss like. The sweeps attached to two offset square plates, like an AH Twister. Only a few parts to handle, center, sweeps/tubs, eight heavy track sections that had to be gillied. some stationary sweeps, mudsills, the steps and fence.
I used to move one every Sunday night / Monday morning. With a little work to the trailer it would not of been to bad to move. The capacity is not all that great as compared to some rides. But on a smaller show it would be O.K. again. The only down side I can think of about it is the loading like I mentioned before about one tub always being on the jump.