Hanging for tunica stretch?
OK, this may sound like a really dumb question, but i’m gonna risk being mocked here, because I really need to know. When hanging for tunica gains…I.E. straight out, or up. We want as much of the actual tunica to be getting stretched as possible…right? So after the hanger is attached, how much of the shaft is recieving the stretch? The whole thing, or just the part above the hanger? I would guess that if the hanger is mounted about mid shaft, that the weight would drag the excess skin down towards the head, where the hanger would then anchor and rest, allowing all of the internal tunica, along the whole shaft to be stretched. But I could also see it possible that the tighness of the hanger may dis-allow everything in the hanger, and below (towards the head) not to recieve a stretch. Any advice would be appreciated, and sorry if this is a really obvious thing.