- Nov 20, 2003
I'm going to buy some ball weights and leather stretchers, but before I do, how exactly do you measure so you don't get something either to tight or loose?
Did you actually measure around your balls, or the area above your balls (where the stretcher/weight would go)?ctmwm said:I took a string and measured around my balls as they were stretched out and marked it with a marker. Then laid it on the table and measured the diameter. Simple and it works
That's what I figured, but wanted to make sure I got it right.ctmwm said:Sorry for the mess up, yeah I went above my balls on the sack where the stretcher would go.
If your ordering from SL I would go with the 2" first they tend to run a little tight. The weights start out with the small that should be plenty for now. The weights tend to feel so dam good when you get used to them that you wont want to take them off!!! And when you do you'll want them back on.wants9 said:
That's still better than what I've got going on now. They have a pretty good hang when they're warm, but when they're tight, my right ball gets pulled in front of my left (due to an off-center turkey neck thing), and the left one has a tendency to go up in me. It'd be an improvement well worth the money if I could just fix that.ctmwm said:As for them squeezing up inside, Man let me tell ya I'm pushing 5+ inches of hang with these egg sized balls and they STILL go up and retract!!! They only go as far as being a good solid tennis ball right under my unit. But they dont dissapear anymore. And I tend to be always cold person.
No Problem, Ask away anytime. Once you get used to it you'll be amazed how fast you can get results. BE is a piece of cake! I'm just glad to be able to give back to the forum that has given me SO much!wants9 said:It'd be an improvement well worth the money if I could just fix that.
I'll probably have some more questions to pick your brain with a little later, if you don't mind. Just want to make sure I do this right so the process is effective in the shortest amount of time.