Installing Sex Swing from ceiling

GS500 GS500
Hi,
Most sex swing topics are pretty old or refer to stand alone products. Has anyone built or installed a sex swing into a ceiling joist? I'd like to clip and unclip as necessary.

Thanks!
06/11/2013
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MrWill MrWill
Quote:
Originally posted by GS500
Hi,
Most sex swing topics are pretty old or refer to stand alone products. Has anyone built or installed a sex swing into a ceiling joist? I'd like to clip and unclip as necessary.

Thanks!
It will depend a lot on your home and how sturdy/safe you want it to be.


Go to the hardware store and tell them you need good eyebolts for hanging a porch swing. You'll want something with a fairly long shank, and a fairly large eye. Consider a stud finder to, unless you know where the beams are in your ceiling.


Then, go home and locate the beam you want to screw into and screw the eyebolt in. Hang the swing (according to manufacturer directions), move whatever furniture you need to out of the way and have some fun!
06/11/2013
GS500 GS500
Quote:
Originally posted by MrWill
It will depend a lot on your home and how sturdy/safe you want it to be.


Go to the hardware store and tell them you need good eyebolts for hanging a porch swing. You'll want something with a fairly long shank, and a fairly large eye. ... More
a single eye bolt is enough? I'd assume some pilot hole will be necessary to avoid splitting the wood.

thanks!
06/12/2013
Mr. E Mr. E
I was not comfortable relying on a single eyebolt. I found a Surface mount D-ring at Home Depot. I used 2 lag bolts to secure it. It only took a few minutes to install. We are very pleased with it.



Surface Mount D- Ring
06/12/2013
ICEE ICEE
i would LOVE to have one but i can just see it now. mommy why do you have a swing in your room? i can i have one also? can i use yours? and my favorite would be my mom stating one of the kids said that you have a swing in your room?! lol
06/21/2013
Mr. E Mr. E
True. With children, I can understand how that could be an issue. We are lucky to be able to keep our swing hanging. We rarely ever take it down. We are fortunate to have a dedicated play room, but I am sure our teenaged boys have an idea as to why the room stays locked. I just know they will bring it up at some point in the future, probably in front of everyone at a large family gathering.
06/22/2013
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