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Pumping Cylinder Sources!

Pumping Cylinder Sources!

I recently moved to the Austin area, and yesterday I went out to some “adult” stores looking around for cylinders. What a waste. Nobody seems to know what you’re talking about, they always point you to those crappy little ones they have, and nobody seems to stock them. Some of the clerks were even a little rude, as if they were offended by the thought or that I was “making them think” a little bit. Oh well, I guess that would be a pretty depressing job to have, really.

I know you aren’t going to find stuff like that “just anywhere” but does anyone know of a place by Austin or San Antonio? I’m new here and don’t know my way around the scene.

Alternatively, I would like to propose that we make this a thread for “sources of cylinders”. Whenever you run across a new place, just take a second and paste it in here.

I have already found a source for the pump. Someone mentioned in a previous thread that Sears has them, so I went and took a look. Sure enough! For 70 bucks you get a really nice pump in a carrying case, with all the goodies needed to bleed your brakes as well. Do a search in the Tools department for Sears item #00947835000 and you will find it. I called the big local Sears store and they have plenty in stock. Does this look like the appropriate unit, to you guys?

Well, I’ll start it off here, with a link that I found:

This place has tapered cylinders:
http://www.penisdepot.com/frame_cylinders.html

What do you guys think of the tapered cylinders?


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Tapered cylinders might help if you have a special area you want to develope or de-develope. In general, though, straight-sided are better for uniform expansion, I think.

www.cockpump.com offers a line of different sizes - all have flanged bases for a tighter seal. Read back or search. This has been discussed frequently, but I like your idea of putting all the good sources in one place here, easy to find.


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avocet8


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All truth goes through three stages: First it is ridiculed. Then it is violently opposed. Finally it is accepted as self evident. -Schopenhauer

I am against religion because it teaches us to be satisfied with not understanding the world. -Richard Dawkins

Originally Posted by electron
I have already found a source for the pump. Someone mentioned in a previous thread that Sears has them, so I went and took a look. Sure enough! For 70 bucks you get a really nice pump in a carrying case, with all the goodies needed to bleed your brakes as well. Do a search in the Tools department for Sears item #00947835000 and you will find it. I called the big local Sears store and they have plenty in stock. Does this look like the appropriate unit, to you guys?

Well, I’ll start it off here, with a link that I found:

This place has tapered cylinders:
http://www.penisdepot.com/frame_cylinders.html

What do you guys think of the tapered cylinders?

Although not cylinder related, you can find gauged mity-vac pumps on ebay for around 30 dollars minus the shipping.

Vacu-Tech

Had a nice telephone conversation yesterday with Garth at Vacu-Tech. I was impressed with his knowledge of sensible pumping—low pressure, massaging/jelqing between sets, etc. He said that they have been in business for twenty years and that orders are shipped the next day. The cylinders are cast out of lucite and can be made to order. When I asked about Boston Pump Works cylinders, Garth said that they took their ideas and technology from Vacu-Tech. We discussed thick wall cylinders and nipple cylinders. I got the impression that Vacu-Tech is very focused on customer service and that shipping is very fast. Boston Pump Works is notorious for poor customer service and taking months to ship their products, if at all. Vacu-Tech’s prices seem to be reasonable for what appears to be a high quality product. When my budget allows, I will be order a 1.75” thickwall cylinder from Vacu-Tech and their 1/2” thickwall nipple cylinders.


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