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  • I am not sure if these instructions are contained above. But this is how you do the fulcrum extensions.

    Do NOT even think about using the RSDT, unless your ligs are fully stretched out, and your soft tissues are conditioned for a significant amount of stress.

    OK, first things first: This may be dangerous if you do not use good sense. Please, read this carefully, and do not use too much weight. You do NOT have to use much weight. You will need to start VERY low in weight, and add weight very slowly.

    You need to take a good while to simply learn how this works. It does require a new skill set.

    This involves adding fulcrum extensions to the hanger, to be used with the RSDT fulcrum.

    Go to a good hardware store, and buy two, three inch mending braces, that are one half to three quarters inches wide. They will have predrilled holes in them. Also get a few small wood screws, if you do not already have some. Half inch will be fine. Also, two #8, half inch, pan head machine screws, with washers and nuts.

    Take off the strap removing the nuts on each side. Put a mending brace on each side, slipping the next to the last hole of the mending brace over the imbedded strap bolt. Have the mending braces positioned so that they are sticking out straight in front of the hanger. Put the nuts back on and tighten.

    Then, drill a small hole into the hanger plastic through the last hole of the mending brace, and into the hanger plastic behind the strap bolt, for each side. Screw in a small wood screw into the hole in the plastic. The screw does not have to go into the plastic very far, but should be a bit tight.

    Now, put the strap on using the half inch machine screws. USE THE MENDING BRACE HOLES CLOSEST TO THE FRONT OF THE HANGER!

    Put the new machine screws into the mending brace on each side, from the inside of the hanger through the mending brace, then through the strap grommet, and then put a washer and the new nut on, for each side. This will keep your head from hitting the shank of the screws.

    That should be it, but I probably forgot something. Ask questions if you need to.

    Now for the use of this thing:

    It is very important which holes of the mending brace you attach the strap to. The further out the strap is attached, the greater the fulcrum action. This makes the effective stress delivered by the system go up exponitially, for each hole. So now, the holes used are more important than the amount of weight.

    Even if you are used to using 20 lbs or more for normal hangs, you should start out with only 2-3 lbs. Please do not ignore this.

    So you have the strap attached to the mending brace holes closest to the front of the hanger. Attach the hanger, put your shaft across the fulcrum, and add the 2-3 lbs. The strap attached further out will make it much easier for the weight to pull down the front of the hanger, and make the double fulcrum action much more pronounced.

    Be sure your fulcrum is correctly sized so that the hanger begins the set sticking out straight in the air.

    If the 2-3 lbs does nothing for you, add just a half lb if possible. Continue going up in weight very slowly, until you find a weight that brings on fatigue. It should not take long. Five lbs will be a lot of weight. Please do not be afraid to reduce the weight quickly.

    This technique will force tunica gains like you cannot believe. It does not take much weight to do it. You must be careful though.

    At some point, if you have to use more than ten lbs to reach fatigue, then you can think about moving the strap out one hole on the mending braces. But PLEASE realize this will greatly increase the effective stress.

    This is not play time. Please be careful with this technique, and respect the power of the fulcrum.

    If you can and want to take pictures of the set up, I will be happy to evaluate.

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    • Question --
      What would be wrong with using a PVC pipe (3 inches, say) instead of a rice sock?

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      • mile-long-dong,

        >What would be wrong with using a PVC pipe (3 inches, say) instead of a rice sock?<

        Good question.

        Offhand, the back bottom of the skids would not be able to dig into PVC, in order to give the double fulcrum action.

        Very hard to form the V, for the shaft to ride in. With PVC, the shaft would tilt over to one side or the other.

        Cannot heat PVC in a microwave.

        Harder to add or subtract height and depth with a piece of PVC.

        Comfort. The PVC pushing back into the butt and/or legs would cut/pinch.

        I am sure there are other reasons, but it has been a long time since I tested it.

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        • I like the idea of the pipe for its simplicity, so I will probably try it. I can roll my little heating pad into the middle of a pipe, maybe.

          I guess part of my question is whether it's a problem for there to be weight pulling the penis against the pipe. The rice sock has some give, but the pipe is hard, so would that be harmful to the tunica etc? Because the penis is resting against the pipe, wouldn't it to some extent be pulled against the pipe, flattening the penis body and applying tension that way? I'll take the example to the extreme. In correct fulcrum positioning, the hanger skids rest against the pipe and thereby achieve fulcrum action. What would the result be if simply hanging over a pipe with the skids not touching the end? I'm imagining hanging while seated with a 2" pipe resting on one's thighs. The penis sits on top of the pipe and the hanger attached as usual but not touching the pipe. This would stress the tissues by squishing them, a way that I'm not sure would be productive. Or, maybe it would. What is your view?


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          • mile-long-dong,

            >I guess part of my question is whether it's a problem for there to be weight pulling the penis against the pipe. The rice sock has some give, but the pipe is hard, so would that be harmful to the tunica etc?<

            I have never tried, it, so I cannot evaluate. IF enough stress is used, I am sure it could damage the urethra, on the bottom of the shaft.

            >Because the penis is resting against the pipe, wouldn't it to some extent be pulled against the pipe, flattening the penis body and applying tension that way?<

            If I understand what you mean, that would not be good.

            >I'll take the example to the extreme. In correct fulcrum positioning, the hanger skids rest against the pipe and thereby achieve fulcrum action. What would the result be if simply hanging over a pipe with the skids not touching the end? I'm imagining hanging while seated with a 2" pipe resting on one's thighs. The penis sits on top of the pipe and the hanger attached as usual but not touching the pipe. This would stress the tissues by squishing them, a way that I'm not sure would be productive. Or, maybe it would. What is your view?<

            If you mean just looping the shaft over a piece of pipe, that would not be anything related to the RSDT fulcrum. That would just be causing a bend, and does not sound very comfortable.

            The RSDT was developed to target specific structures...the septum, and the top of the tunica. I cannot help you with the other stuff that guys do. I have heard some crazy things over the years.

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            • Gotcha. I'll get that sock and some damn rice and get on with it. Thanks!

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              • OK, testing this now at half weight. Pretty intense. The areas of stretch feel different.

                Question: The height of the rice sock should be such that when seated the penis rests against it horizontally? That is, the rice sock, is too tall if the penis takes an upward rainbow arc, and too small if the penis takes a downward angle. Correct is straight out, with the hanger digging into the far end of the rice sock where the plastic is?


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                • mile-long-dong,

                  >Question: The height of the rice sock should be such that when seated the penis rests against it horizontally? That is, the rice sock, is too tall if the penis takes an upward rainbow arc, and too small if the penis takes a downward angle. Correct is straight out, with the hanger digging into the far end of the rice sock where the plastic is?<

                  That sounds like you have it right. You want the hanger to start out, sticking straight out. Then over the course of the set, it should slowly tilt down, as the tissues stretch and deform. Be sure it is not the hanger slipping.

                  If you have any idea that it is not going right, just send a picture, taken from the side.

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                  • Hi Bib,

                    The consensus seems to be that ligs are *generally easier/faster to stretch than tunica. However, I'm wondering: since the RSDT fulcrum seems to bring on fatigue so well, in your opinion would faster gains be possible with this method compared to focusing on lig stretching?

                    Like, say a guy has a lot of about 7, and could gain 1 inch more by stretching BTC until his lot is 6; do you think he would gain the 1 inch faster by focusing on ligs/BTC or by using the RSDT to hit tunica, all things being equal--conditioned tissues, perfect technique, etc? Educated guesses and/or WAGs appreciated

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                    • JohnJohnson123,

                      >The consensus seems to be that ligs are *generally easier/faster to stretch than tunica. However, I'm wondering: since the RSDT fulcrum seems to bring on fatigue so well, in your opinion would faster gains be possible with this method compared to focusing on lig stretching?<

                      That is not the correct question. You must stretch out the skin, then ligs first, so that when/if you start tunica work, the ligs are not taking stress away from the inner tunica. The outer tunica always receives stress. But the inner tunica only receives stress that avoids the ligs. Hence, stretch out the ligs first, in order to be more efficient.

                      >Like, say a guy has a lot of about 7, and could gain 1 inch more by stretching BTC until his lot is 6; do you think he would gain the 1 inch faster by focusing on ligs/BTC or by using the RSDT to hit tunica, all things being equal--conditioned tissues, perfect technique, etc?<

                      Fully stretching out the ligs first, would result in faster, more efficient gains. It would be very difficult, if not impossible, to stretch the ligs and inner tunica at the same time. Divide and conquer.

                      Good question.

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