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  1. phlashkill

    phlashkill New Member

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    the girlfriend and i both enjoy tying up each other and being tied down. we are currently looking into getting the sports sheets under bed restraints because it looks like it would be a lot of fun.
    we also would like to get a leg spreader bar, but that seems pretty expensive, when your a college student. so i was wondering if anyone has ever made a leg spreader bar. i have thought i might be able to make one out of some pvc piping and some sort of ties.
    anyone have any hints?
     
  2. MetalheaD

    MetalheaD New Member

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    I made one.

    Go to Lowe's/Home Depot in the wood section. They have a bunch of special sizes of wood. They have one that's like a 1-1/2" square by about 4 feet long. Get that, cut it down to about 30 inches, then take a sander and sand all the edges to 45degree slants so that nothing pokes people (trust me, they're too sharp, it'll be bad). Paint the whole thing black. Then drill a hole in each end and screw in a large eye bolt all the way down so the eye is touching the wood. Make sure you drill further in than the eye bolt goes or it'll split.

    When you're done, you'll have something like this:

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    I think the total cost for the thing was under $20. The wood was like ten maybe, or a little less. Then a can of cheap black spray paint and two eye bolts that are like $2 apiece. All you need is a saw for one cut and a sander. I have one of those hand-held "mouse-style" sanders.
     
  3. Dominion

    Dominion I believe you have my stapler.

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    Edit: Metalhead beat me too it :p That is a visual of one made but I prefer the dowel rods for the roundness. You can also do this with aluminum bars but is a bit different build. I also recommend you invest in a GOOD Dremel (I use the Dremel XPR400 kit for 80$ 3 years ago)

    Yep, I make my own toys ALL the time.

    Here is what I recommend for a spreader bar.

    Get a nice thick dowel rod from your local home improvement store. They are about 2$ or so. Then when you get it home have you and her stand over it and see what's comfortable for a spread for the two of you (or just one of you) and cut it a couple inchers LARGER than whats comfortable.

    Next buy some screws with loops in them (not sure what they are called looks like http://images.potracksgalore.com/mgen/master:RP077.jpg that except the hook is a full loop. You can also get these at the home improvement store in the 'hardware aisle'. In that same aisle get a double ended snap like this https://portlandoceaneering.co.uk/catalog/images/clip03.jpg.

    Put one of the hooks in each end of the dowel rod and one in the middle (make sure you're careful on the middle one else the rod will splinter.) and then attach the snaps to each loop and tada. Spreader bar, now just use normal cuffs or dog/kitty collers (probably the cheapest restraints you can buy as long as you are tugging very hard)
     
  4. Dominion

    Dominion I believe you have my stapler.

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    As for under bed restraint system I've never made one of these but have been thinking about doing it, BUT there is a simpler way to make one by just taking a rope and making very secure loops on either end and run one under the bed at the head and one at the foot. Make the loops so they just hang over and lay down on the bed.

    We used to have eye bolts attached to the head and foot board of our bed, then the whole thing broke.
     
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    Paint it black. Or just paint it. The plain wood looks so cheap. And spraypaint IS cheap.
     
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    I got rope cleats at the hardware store. They have 3 screws, so it's not quite as stressful on thin wood as an eyebolt is.

    I swear, for me, going to the hardware store is like going into a porn shop for most people. All I see is bongage potential. I literally have to fight down a hardon sometimes.

    Another cheap and fun idea:

    Go to like a true-value hardware or something (Lowe's doesn't have this) and buy bulk nylon strapping. It's like the material that backpack straps are made of. And they have all varieties of plastic buckles. You can make like a dozen straps in a half hour. All you have to do is cut it to length and singe the ends. I have like a dozen of them, and they have 2-piece clip-together buckles. I like to start at the ankles and place one at every joint all the way up to the wrists. They're great because they're a lot faster than tying knots, and they're non-chafing and quick release.
     
  7. phlashkill

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    i would try to make one out of wood but i dont have any tools here at my apartment. i would have to do that sometime that i was home at my house. but thanks for the advice, i will probably make one just going to be a little while. but if some one knows how to make one with out the need of many tools that would be even better.

    and this was that other thing i was talking about, http://www.sportsheets.com/Products.php?ID=SS202-01
     
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    Bobula Fairly Useless

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    I used a strut tower brace one time... seriously
     
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    Shadoglare NeoCon Commie Hitler Wanna-Be

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    Under-bed restraints:
    Rope. Just run it between the mattress and the box spring. Works just fine.

    Spreader bar:
    I used a 1" dowel rod I bought from a craft store and a few eye-screws. Also works just fine.
     
  10. FallNAngel

    FallNAngel ...destroyer of threads...

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    I used a dowel rod with eyebolts, which does work, but with my wifes cuffs (which have built in d-rings), it still allowed too much movement with the clips attached to the spreader bar. So, I decided to make a new spreader bar that doesn't have that problem.

    Kinda hard to explain, but the basic gist is I took a flat piece of wood (was something like 1x2") and used a drill and jigsaw slots into it. Finishing it up with a dremel to curve the edges and the d-ring fits *through* the piece of wood. Last, I just need to fit a small piece of nylon webbing through the cuff to hold it in place. By doing it this way, her ankle cuff is attached directly to the spreader bar itself meaning a *lot* less movement is possible. I'll have to try for pics...
     
  11. Dominion

    Dominion I believe you have my stapler.

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    That sounds like a really good idea, I'm going to have to try this one.

    And the things I used on our bed were 4 screw gate latches. Worked out very well :)
     
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    Phantom Empress mmmmmm tasty!!!

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    I actually preffer wood (stained and polyurethaned) over plain black or red. EVERYONE doe the fucking black or red thing and it bugs the hell out of me. I've made paddles and canes from oak and padua (brazilian type mahogany) and I'd rather have the natural look of the wood over a spray painted black thing...
     
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    copiertalk Secure Our Borders! OT Supporter

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    FallNAngel ...destroyer of threads...

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    I agree :bigthumb:
     
  15. Dominion

    Dominion I believe you have my stapler.

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    What do you do for making your canes? We aren't really into caning but I would LOVE to have a few in our collection.
     
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    Phantom Empress mmmmmm tasty!!!

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    hardwood dowel rod of your chosen diameter + saw to shorten it to desired length + Sand paper to round the tips and smooth it all out to bring out the grain of the wood + stain + polyu. spray + leather cording to wrap the handle = cane.
     
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    FallNAngel ...destroyer of threads...

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    We've used delrin, seems to work rather well.
     
  18. Dominion

    Dominion I believe you have my stapler.

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    Sounds easy enough, look forward to making some of these :big grin:
     
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    m3m750 Kickin' it old school

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    Inspired by this thread, I made a spreader bar this weekend. I used a 1 5/8" piece of full round trim from Home Depot (it was a bigger diameter than the largest size dowel and had better grain). Cut it to 36" in the store (price is per foot) and then trimmed down to 29.5" at home after using the "spread 'em baby" measuring system. I placed eye bolts in each end and an eye bolt in the center. I still need to finish it with some stain and sealant, but we gave it a test drive the other night to rave reviews. I laid her down on her back and attached the bar to her ankles, then tied a rope to the center eyebolt and used it to pull her legs back, leaving her very spread open and availlable. I found that, in this positioin, the center eye bolt was in the perfect place for me to dangle an egg vibrator that just barely brushed her clit.
     
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    that sounds perfect, what did the parts so far cost you?
     
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    m3m750 Kickin' it old school

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    Just a tad over $5.00

    I'll post a picture after I stain it.
     

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