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  • Homemade Bib hangers and ULI thing instructions

    http://www.bibhanger.com/homemade.htm

    http://www.bibhanger.com/instructions.htm

    Some of the information suppled in the text refers to the production hangers. But most of it applies to both. Any questions, just ask.

    Also, the ULI thing diagrams are provided. This device is for girth work.

    Bigger

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    Where do the instructions for the Uli Thing begin. I did not read through the entire description, but skimming it I could not find Uli Thing instructions...

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    • #3
      Gold,

      Hmmm, you appear to be correct. I guess the Uli thing text is not there. I will try to find it, and get it put in there.

      Thanks,

      Bigger

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      • #4
        I would like to know more about this ULI concept.

        Thanks,
        Manzwa

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        • #5
          Bib, as I mentioned in my email to you today, here's a link to a page that has your ULI thing instructions plus write up-

          Ulli Thing.

          Manzwa, Uli was a guy doing PE a long time ago who reported great girth gains by using a tight grip at the base of the shaft, trapping as much blood as possible forward of the grip creating massive engorgement then pulling the grip forward, increasing outward and lateral pressure on the tunica. I think he claimed crazy girth, like 8" + iirc. I think he said he performed 2 sets of ten, one in the morning and one in the evening.

          Bib realized that one's hand could never match the holding power of a static inanimate object, so he put his inventive mind to work and came up with a shaft clamp and called it the Uli thing. I think he credits dilligent use of the thing for his forward shaft girth.

          Hope this helps.

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          • #6
            RB,

            Many, many thanks.

            Bigger

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            • #7
              Found this thread from Uli. Thought I'd stick it here-

              http://penis-enlargement-manual.thunder ... utine.html

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              • #8
                RB,

                Wow, that was a long time ago. Many thanks for posting the link.

                Bigger

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                • #9
                  Re: Homemade Bib hangers and ULI thing instructions

                  G'day Bigger,

                  Long time with no hellos directed your way so here's hello.

                  Did you ever make/produce the Uli thing for sale like you have done with the bibs over the years.

                  Thanks mate.

                  GMJh

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                  • #10
                    Re: Homemade Bib hangers and ULI thing instructions

                    GMJ,

                    Such a VERY long time. Really great to see you here.

                    As to the Uli thing. The homemade version is just too easy to make, as well as being effective. It would be silly to make a production model.

                    So, how has your PE career gone? I hope you are getting all you wish for.

                    Bigger

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                    • #11
                      Re: Homemade Bib hangers and ULI thing instructions

                      Bigger,

                      Yes its been long time since we last corresponded.

                      PE so far has not given me all that I wished for. Had a devil of a time trying to get the hanging working for me. Even went away from the Bib and tried the Mav Vac 2 hanger but still work will need to be done on either system before I will say I am able to hang comfortably.

                      My thinking right now is that I am going to take a break back from attempting to hang and try some girth work. I know you say go for length and then girth but I wish to try ULI work and see if I can make it work for me.

                      You may or may not remember the troubles I had adjusting the hangers and trying to effectively increase wrapped flacid gitrth to compansate for my skinny girth but I believe that I have nothing to lose and try a bit of girth work var the ULI thing and then is I am successful I will indeed switch back to the bib to see if an increased girth has then enabled me to attach the hanger so as to allow for a more comfortable relaxed session.

                      I am going make the ULI thing this weekend or the next. Tell me did you slightly recess the inside surface of the PVC where the screw head sits or did you just let the screw head mesh/bore its own way into the PVC?

                      GMJ

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                      • #12
                        Re: Homemade Bib hangers and ULI thing instructions

                        GMJ,

                        With the PVC I had, it recessed on it's own. But whatever it takes, make sure the screw heads are not exposed.

                        Bigger

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                        • #13
                          Re: Homemade Bib hangers and ULI thing instructions

                          Is this ULI thing a similar thing to clamping?

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                          • #14
                            Re: Homemade Bib hangers and ULI thing instructions

                            SS,

                            I assume it is. Never clamped though.

                            Bigger

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                            • #15
                              Re: Homemade Bib hangers and ULI thing instructions

                              Bigger, any chance you could remind me of the exact material you made your uli thing from? Possibly even find a link on-line to remove all doubts?

                              Thanks

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