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Homemade Tubes?

Originally Posted by wantsmore
COST: 48 bucks for the Mityvac
12 bucks for the tube
6 bucks for the can of Plastidip


You can cut that even further by going with the Harbor Freight pump, and it’s a quality metal pump with a gauge to boot:

www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/disp…temnumber=92474

Wantsmore:

Congratulations on your successful start with pumping, and your ingenuity in getting yourself set up!

One of the reasons this is a great thread is that it shows how, through a little ingenuity, you can get started with pumping with quality components at a very reasonable price. The cheap sex toy pumps just don’t do justice to pumping, especially once you realize that one size does NOT fit all. My first pump was a fluid pump from an auto supply store and a homebrew cylinder, and it was enough to convince me of the value of pumping. I went on to buy more expensive cylinders since then with confidence, knowing that pumping worked for me and having greater confidence in what size cylinder I should buy. (This was before the great thread Selecting Your Cylinder Size .)

Now that you have a good quality pump, Wantsmore, you can decide later if you want a better or larger cylinder, and your pump will still work with that new cylinder.


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.


Last edited by Lampwick : 06-01-2007 at .

Lampwick:

Thanks man! And yeah, I know, Harbor Freight! When I went out the other night to gather up my goods, my local Harbor Freight store had closed just 5 minutes prior. But, true to the spirit of Blind Panic which possesses you when you’re onto something new for your PE routine, of course, I couldn’t wait and just hauled ass all over town getting up my gear. The grand total for my rig would’ve been a measly 40 bucks if I had had the patience to wait one more day for Harbor Freight!

Regardless though, I’ve got my new PE toy and I’m happy as hell.

Unlike my other experiences as a PE newbie, I’m going to stay well on the advice of the old school pumpers. D’oh~! It’s really turning out that you guys know a thing or two!!! By taking the advice of some of the veteran voices of moderation, I’ve been feeling much better about the possibility of actually getting to my goal one day- and with a dick that doesn’t look like it’s been through a meat grinder!

I also can’t wait to buy my next cylinder. Buying one of those thick walled acrylic cylinders with the ultra comfy seals definitely looks like a wise investment. My plan is to try and eke as much growth out of my 10x2 inch aquarium tube as I can so that when I up the ante for a really nice tube, I can perhaps purchase the next size up.

Although the aquarium tube works perfectly, there’s a certain durability and, “bling value” that just cannot be denied with some of those high end tubes….thick acrylic walls…laser etched ruler on the side…might even stand up to some accidental rough treatment.

And to the other noobs regarding the plastidip seal: I concur with a previous respond-ant who said that dipping the cylinder 6 times is the golden mean. At 6 dips my tube is now comfy as hell and makes a great seal.


THEN: bpel 6.0 eg 5.0 bpfsl 6.125 NOW: bpel 7.375 eg 5.25 bpfsl 7.625

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Originally Posted by wantsmore
Buying one of those thick walled acrylic cylinders with the ultra comfy seals definitely looks like a wise investment.


I’ve got one of the thick walled acrylic cylinders from www.vacutech.com. Very comfortable; no ultra comfy seal needed. (My LongJohnny from www.pumptoys.com does have an ultra comfy seal, which in that case acts as a entrance diameter reducer.)

Originally Posted by wantsmore
Although the aquarium tube works perfectly, there’s a certain durability and, “bling value” that just cannot be denied with some of those high end tubes….thick acrylic walls…laser etched ruler on the side…might even stand up to some accidental rough treatment.


Aquarium tubes are a fine way to start, and one day, you may just outgrow it and need to go to either a commercial solution or an alternate form of homemade solution.

That day is by no means a bad day.


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

I just recently made my own cylinder out of a 10 x 2 aquarium gravel cleaning tube with plastidip and my mityvac 4000 that I’ve had. Surprisingly it worked great. I also have a 10 x 2.25 from Vacutech, which works great. You can save a lot of money by building your own though. Comfort is just as nice with the plastidip bottom.

hey 10inch, how did you modify the gravel tube?? Gravel tubes are plastic right and not acrylic? what would be the difference in result? just comfortibility right? If you can explain step by step on how you made the gravel tube into a cylinder for the pump itll be great..

I have a 2” gravel cleaner cylinder and Mity-Vac setup. It was very easy to put the two together, using the fittings that the Mity-Vac came with. For a while I used the base unmodified - ouch. Then I used a flame and heated the bottom and pushed out the edges to create a flange. Then I Plasti-dipped the flange. Works great.

I’ve been consistently packing the cylinder so I decided to try making a slightly larger one. I bought a rigid plastic water bottle:

Http://www.rei.com/ProductDisplay.d….jpg&view=large

I chose this one instead of a regular Nalgene 1 Liter because a) the nalgene might be too short, and b) it might be too big in diameter. Next I bored out a small hole in the bottom of the bottle with my pocketknife.. You could use a drill if you have one. It was really easy with a knife. In the hole I put one of the fittings that came with the Mity-Vac. Basically it’s just a flanged nozzle that will fit the clear tubing that comes with the Vac. I put some silicone putty all over the interface which created an airtight seal.

That’s as far as I have gotten on this cylinder. I’ve used it a couple times, and it works well, save that the opening is unmodified and it doesn’t make a good seal. I am going to do the same thing as on the gravel cleaner and flange out the mouth. Once I get enough posts I’ll create a thread with some pictures of the final product.

Originally Posted by ALpHawannaGetbig
hey 10inch, how did you modify the gravel tube?? Gravel tubes are plastic right and not acrylic? what would be the difference in result? just comfortibility right? If you can explain step by step on how you made the gravel tube into a cylinder for the pump itll be great..

Read around on this post, a few have already said everything I have. Aquarium gravel tube + mityvac fittings + plastidip = success.

I just made a cock and ball tube.. Well, I went online and found a 4” x 12” acrylic pasta container.
Drilled a hole.. Inserted the tube (didn’t even use silicone seal) and used a brake vacuum pump..

It works..

It’s big, so it’s for cock and ball pumping

Hello there

Sorry may I am posting my question in the wrong section but I could not find the right one.

Is there any one have used ( Max X Tender ).

I will be grateful for your advice.

Good luck all

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Originally Posted by guinessbear
I just made a cock and ball tube.. Well, I went online and found a 4” x 12” acrylic pasta container.
Drilled a hole.. Inserted the tube (didn’t even use silicone seal) and used a brake vacuum pump..

It works..

It’s big, so it’s for cock and ball pumping

Could you please list where you got it from? Thanks.

Good thread, will be useful to me in future, when I’ll focus on girth. I’m still a beginner, and plan on focusing on length first.

Anyways, I have one small idea. As I’ve read, many people have problems with steady girth along the shaft, having got baseball bat effect from jelq and later getting larger base by hanging. Besides, quite some people would like to enlarge head separately. As such, I’m thinking about proposing tubes for localised pumping - narrow enough so that penis will fill it completely, but wider in some places so that penis at that location would grow better. Such a tube for focused head pumping shouldn’t be complex, but a mid shaft focused one would require some thought.

Is there a difference with the fitting of Mityvac system and Harbor Freight? Like would the coupler on both fit on the Gravel Cleaner?

Originally Posted by ALpHawannaGetbig
Is there a difference with the fitting of Mityvac system and Harbor Freight? Like would the coupler on both fit on the Gravel Cleaner?

With the Harbor Freight you’ll need some silicon sealant or something to connect the hoses.

Ah I see, but with Mityvac it comes included? or you would not need this?

Originally Posted by ALpHawannaGetbig
Ah I see, but with Mityvac it comes included? or you would not need this?

Yeah, the Mityvac will have a fitting that allows them to connect their hoses.

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