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Packing Question

Packing Question

Have a question for you all. I currently am using a 1.5 cylinder. My base girth is smaller than my mid shaft to gland girth. Now from the glands down about 2 inches I am completely packing my tube. My base is starting to pack for about an inch. So there is a couple inches in between were I am not packing. After my first set, after I release pressure, I sort of pull a vacuum as I pull my dick out of the cylinder. I was wondering since my glands and upper shaft are packing the tube, will this prevent the vacuum from expanding my lower shaft?

I would say that if you are packing the top the vacuum will not make it down to the lower part.

Milk the tube to allow air to pass from the base out through the pump.

Originally Posted by penflex

Milk the tube to allow air to pass from the base out through the pump.

Will give it a try.

There was another brilliant suggestion by someone to put a straw inside of the cylinder that will act as an air passage from top to bottom.

Originally Posted by register
Have a question for you all. I currently am using a 1.5 cylinder. My base girth is smaller than my mid shaft to gland girth. Now from the glands down about 2 inches I am completely packing my tube. My base is starting to pack for about an inch. So there is a couple inches in between were I am not packing. After my first set, after I release pressure, I sort of pull a vacuum as I pull my dick out of the cylinder. I was wondering since my glands and upper shaft are packing the tube, will this prevent the vacuum from expanding my lower shaft?


It may be time for you to think about buying a larger cylinder. Milking the cylinder or using a straw may help you short-term, but if growth is your objective, sooner or later it sounds like you’re going to need a larger cylinder.

If you haven’t done so already, check out GPrent’s excellent thread Selecting Your Cylinder Size .

If your base girth is smaller than your midshaft/glans girth, make sure that you do not buy a tapered cylinder. If you want to go in a completely different direction with a new cylinder, you could buy a cylinder with 3+” inside diameter, and try whole package pumping. Do a search on whole package pumping; two recent threads are Full Package Pumping - - Length Gains? and Whole package pumping: STJ vs Cylinder.


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