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Recycled harness (hot things to do with old bike tube)

Have you ever gotten sticker shock when you saw the price tag on that
harness that you saw in the store? Yup, I mean the kind of harnesses that us queer and kinky folk us when we want a little strap on action. Maybe it's time to learn how to make
your own. Btw, there's nothing explicit here, it's what you do with your toys that's a little on the rowdy side.
 
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Step 2: Anvil

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This is the avil, the smooth side is for the round part of the snaps you will be setting. The other side is for setting the snap that interlocks with that snap.

Step 3: Gather materials

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You need
One two inch side release buckle
Four One inch side release buckles
One steel ring whatever size bust fits the toys you usually use. Mine is a two inch.
At least six pairs of snaps. You are likely to mess some up so have extras.
Nine or ten rivets. (you can use snaps here too, but since you don't need to adjust these points, I used rivets.
One skinny used bike tube
One fat bike tube.

Step 5: How to set snaps

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To set snaps, you will poke a hole through the materials to be joined and inset the snap post through the hole. Lay the top part of the snap on over the post and put the whole thing on the proper side of the anvil as illustrated in 3 and 5. Place the setting tool on top of the post with the nubbin down and centered. Hit the anvil with the hammer as needed until the snap is secure.
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jefletch6 years ago
Some one needs to make one of them machines that people can attach their toys to and it gives the thrusting actions. I can't seem to find anything of the sort anywhere online, without paying high prices anyways. But thats what instructables is all about, gettin by, without the prices
Try a jigsaw but reduce the ac voltage with a transformer down to about 40-50 volts to slow it down some or use a 120v light dimmer switch. take take the guide plate off the bottom, grind the teeth off an old blade. Drill a blade size hole down the center of a dildo, fill it with glue,(liquid nail) and insert the blade. When it is FULLY dry insert the other end of the blade in the jigsaw(or saws all) like normal. TEST IT FIRST, If its slow enough and sturdy then put it to use, AFTER WASHING IT...
I know your comment is a few years old, but I still feel the need to say that it is very dangerous to put a blade of any kind into an object that will find its way inside the body. There are reports of the horrors that can befall an individual who attempts this. If time and tools aren't a factor, an attachment for a reciprocating saw or a jigsaw can easily be made so that it operates safely. The other factors on that comment are correct though.
youre right. but thats why i mentioned grinding the teeth off of it. however no one without good sense should attempt it. which rules out most citizens, lol. thank you for your comment and concern

It is really easy man, the mechanism is like on the old steam train engines. Build a frame round that and you are good to go.
ljacts (author)  jefletch6 years ago
I can't imagine that such a machine would be very difficult to make. It couldn't take more than an electric motor. I've always thought that they looked kind of painful though, I mean it seems like there wouldn't be enough feedback. Maybe if you could figure out a way to vary the thrust depth and speed via remote. I don't know though. Anyway interesting thought let me know if you make one.
jefletch ljacts6 years ago
I would love to try making one, but i am a computer geek, not a mechanic. I dont know crap about motors, gears and the like. If anyone needs a computerized one programmed, i could probably help, but im not gonna be able to make one, with out blueprints from some one else
Any suggestions on where to best find 2" closed jump rings?
I got mine off ebay, really good quality, pretty cheap and fast delivery perfect for this instructable as i used them for mine. hope this helps.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/310384022685?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649#ht_508wt_1185
ecricirce3 years ago
i'm so glad i found this. i have a friend who used to make these at a skillshare but alas she moved before i could get a lesson. cheers.
skotak3 years ago
Thank you! It feel super awesome and tight. really easy to do. It is little hard to adjust buckles, larger size buckles might fix that.
nerdmom9204 years ago
Nice, I've been looking for a dildo harness, but nothing caught my fancy. Just make my own then.
yar yorn4 years ago
very useful template. thanks for posting. the design also works (with minor adjustments) with cheap canvas strapping found in most hardware stores. when neither a sex shop or bike tube are available.
lanispet7 years ago
Sweetness (=
FYI, if you are using an awl or ice pick to punch the holes for your rivets, that could have something to do with the rubber tearing there. A better option would be to use a proper hole punch for the job.

You can get a cheap set of hole punches from most tool stores, or make your own out of a piece of old brake line.

A hole punch will cut a clean hole, where a solid object, no matter how sharp, tears its way through, creating areas of weakness around the hole. Once you start a tear in rubber, it just wants to keep tearing.

Also, "rubber cement" from the crafts store, as advertised, works quite well on rubber- it can reinforce your riveted areas, or be used to add a lining if the hardware becomes uncomfortable.

Finally, if you want to experiment with larger pieces of rubber for other... toys... some motorcycles (usually dirt bikes and cruisers with wire-spoke wheels) also use inner tubes... and these can be quite large and sturdy.
Buy a cheap tire repair kit and use the cement from that. It will work much better. I've used rubber cement and a patch to repair a bike tube in a pinch, and while it worked, the patch didn't last. 
0.775volts7 years ago
I was reading this when my roomate read over the title over my shoulder and said "this guy is an idiot, you can't rappel with tha... nevermind." Now he's looking at me funny.
I thought that for a minute to haha lol though that is what I was looking for though this is interesting haha.
does that mean that people going rappeling go to the sex shop first?
im_tux, I suppose if your fetish is exploiting fear of heights, then yes!
it's for dildos babe
t3atr335 years ago
Do you think it can be used for a double ender or with two dildos put together using a coupler?
julieruin7 years ago
WOW. This is amazing. My friend and I really want to start making this. You know you're the only tutorial we've found on inner tube strap-ons? Are there any other sources of info on it? Thanks!!!
"You know you're the only tutorial we've found on inner tube strap-ons?"

Somehow I don't find this too surprising.
mindspread6 years ago
Thanks for this Instructable. I made one for my wife, she loves it. I did a few things different. I didn't have any snaps or rivets, so I glues and sewed. It's a lot sturdier than I thought it would be. I have a few modification ideas I may try later.
ljacts (author)  mindspread6 years ago
I'm glad that the my instructions helped you out. It makes me happy to see people using these instructions and modifying them. If you have improvements or pictures we can collaborate and put them into the instructable. enjoy
This site needs more sexual content.
ljacts (author)  masterochicken6 years ago
You'll have to get that on your own. I'm just here to teach you to make the toys.
I'm starting a group.
ljacts (author) 7 years ago
Hey, thanks for the praise, I unfortunately don't know of any other tutorials about it. Enjoy.
I'd love to try this. I only need to find a chick to play with. D=
CASEmethod7 years ago
Nice! It's hard to find a good vegan harness. Is there any reason you can't use snaps around the O-ring so you can swap it out for different girths?
ljacts (author)  CASEmethod7 years ago
I think that you may not have looked close enough. The harness I built does us snaps to hold the ring so that you can interchange it. Happy making.
naught1017 years ago
what kind of rivets are you using? some kind of clothing rivets?
ljacts (author)  naught1017 years ago
Tandy leather no. 1273-12 rivets. Since I made this though, I have been thinking that it would be best to sew the points where I previously used rivets. That part never has to come apart, and the rivets tend to pull through after heavy use. They don't have a big enough flange to really hold well. I would now suggest a needle and thread.
godbacon7 years ago
good job on the instructable.. I would think the back of the rivits and snaps would be a little cold on the skin ? or might grab a little hair. Have you thought of a way to cover them? great recycling .. Do you armor-all the rubber or anything to seal it?
ljacts (author)  godbacon7 years ago
Hey, I hadn't ever thought about covering the snaps or rivets because they always warm up quickly for me, and because I don't have any hair to speak of where they ride, but that's a good point. I wonder if a little bit of shoe goo around the backs of the snaps would do the trick. Do you have any ideas? I could add a note about it if we come up with something good. I haven't used armorall or anything to seal the rubber, but that might be a good idea too might even make the harness a little more shiny. I worry about something like that being reactive with skin, latex or silicon though. Thanks for the comment.
Fuzz2050 ljacts7 years ago
Put an inner tube patch over them
Excellent idea! and good to see on instructables!
meddler7 years ago
Tyra Banks would look good in this, me...not even close, besides i like things in working order, neat idea though.
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